well on that note I have a couple accounts one is for investments and every so
often I keep shoveling cash betwene the 2 accounts.
so I don't get too much in either.
Ofcause I don't usually have much cash as I contribute to board at home food
power the net and other things as well as family stuff.
My money gets mixed in with the family cash so no one loses out and its not
like I am idol.
this does mean on ocations I do have a bit of a large overdraft from 20 cents
to a few hundred bucks in my account, but this goes away with the next payment
or the next transfer.
I don't look at my accounts as much as I should, but I know that is what
happens as I have been told that is what happens.
There is no restriction per say but lets just say we don't take things for
At 04:37 p.m. 23/11/2009, you wrote:
>This is sounding worryingly familiar Tom. the Uk bennifit laws work very much
>the same way, ---- with the nastier restriction that you actually can only
>have £6000 in savings or lose the lot, ---- a penny over and everything goes
>pluss, once your off disability bennifit, your off!
>On the occasions that relatives have left me money or I've been able to save
>extra, I actually have to funnel it into an account my parents hold, sinse
>otherwise I'd actually be seriously struggling to ahve enough money even to
>buy food, ---- let alone pay my tuition fees.
>You also under Uk law cannot legally work more than 16 hours a month and keep
>disability bennifits, ---- and you can only work that 16 hours for a six month
>period as on the job training.
>For this reason my brother is stil! working voluntarily for a law firm trying
>to get his salicitor's training contract, ---- because he legally cannot earn
>the money without losing his bennifits, ---- and he couldn't make more than
>what his bennifits are giving him currently without working full time, ----
>which he cannot do.
>And that's aside from the £18000 student lone he stil owes the government for
>his five years at university geting a law degree and legal practice course,
>---- which is going up by an extra £1000 a year!
>Needless to say, this is also a practical question of disability, which the
>deffinition in my thesis is going to address.
>Appologies for the slightly off topic wrant, --- just put it down to
>inthusiasm about my research!
>Beware the grue!
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