Relative is asking me for money Watch
I don't want to give her the money.
Why should I? I have no right to. It's my money. I'm a uni student, I live in halls, I pay my rent, food and stuff for myself and for my studies and I pay for my transport. I have budget that i stick strictly to and I don't want to lend my money to anyone, if I'm being honest.
How should I put it into words that I don't want to give them my money without sounding rude?
Just tell them that being a full-time student, you have to budget with your money and you can't afford to help them out this time.
My relative is already aware that I have no job and I can rely on my student loan. If I was to say I have no spare cash I'm pretty sure she will assume I'm lying because I'm sometimes questioned about how much money I have by members of my family.
I hope no one asks me ever again (even as selfish as it may sound).