Bobbyfloater
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If you are a full time student, and get a scholarship from a company half way through the year, what happens? Income is otherwise zero, which was reported earlier.
Is it counted? If so, how do you report it, and what impact does it have on the calculation? My understanding is that it is not taxable income, but it is hard to find guidance for student loans.
I am wondering if it is worth having.
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If you are a full time student, and get a scholarship from a company half way through the year, what happens? Income is otherwise zero, which was reported earlier.
Is it counted? If so, how do you report it, and what impact does it have on the calculation? My understanding is that it is not taxable income, but it is hard to find guidance for student loans.
I am wondering if it is worth having.
Hi,

We wouldn't take any scholarship in to consideration when calculating your finance.

Regards, Duncan
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