Let's share our financial situation

01zephyr10

01zephyr10

Short term memory loss truecel living on Neet bux
Dec 12, 2020
914
My income is England Universal Credit, which is about £400 a Month. and I also basically live off my Parents Monthly Pension (£500 each a Month).

LOL

I never thought I'd be relying on my Parents Pension.

Short Term Memory Loss SUCKS!
 
milkistermoo

milkistermoo

NEET
Dec 2, 2020
2,890
I use my parents' money and I don't know how to earn anything on my own because they've kept me so restricted that I have no choice. Even if they stopped doing it completely I wouldn't know what to do because It's already been 19yrs
 
jaded jabble

jaded jabble

NEET
Nov 30, 2020
3,566
My income is England Universal Credit, which is about £400 a Month. and I also basically live off my Parents Monthly Pension (£500 each a Month).

LOL

I never thought I'd be relying on my Parents Pension.

Short Term Memory Loss SUCKS!
None
 
Raguel

Raguel

The hardest work is to do nothing
Nov 27, 2020
429
been very long since last time I barely received any private income. since then my life has literally been a 'permission to live' from my father.
not even a penny spent without his awareness of subject and purpose of expense. I am using this internet means he agreed me to spend on this method of ldaring.
all the undesired investments are immediately spotted and cut off prior implementation.
can't describe my financial situation with other words for now
 
milkistermoo

milkistermoo

NEET
Dec 2, 2020
2,890
My income is England Universal Credit, which is about £400 a Month. and I also basically live off my Parents Monthly Pension (£500 each a Month).

LOL

I never thought I'd be relying on my Parents Pension.

Short Term Memory Loss SUCKS!
What kind of short term memory loss? I mean what does it do to you exactly?
 
الطائر ابن لا أحد

الطائر ابن لا أحد

Survival of the fittest
Nov 28, 2020
1,316
50k in debt. I work 12h overnight shifts. The government keeps tabs on stuff I buy.
How did you get into 50k debt? student loans?
 
K

Kaz

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Nov 29, 2020
3,742
How did you get into 50k debt? student loans?
Being stupid at the age of 18. Laws we're looser and you could loan pretty much whatever sum. Then I took more loans to pay previous loans then laws changed and now the government makes sure that I pay every penny. I'm glad it's around 50k now, it's manageable. But my adult life up until this point has been minimalistic.
 
Unemployed

Unemployed

McMahonist
Nov 28, 2020
5,656
50k in debt. I work 12h overnight shifts. The government keeps tabs on stuff I buy.
Damn. We're pretty much in the same situation, except I don't work.

Yes, I have to live frugally. So, I don't buy much other than food and drinks. No games, electronics, new gadgets etc.
 
Fabio

Fabio

(◡‿◡)
Dec 4, 2020
15,050
Work 9-5, live with parents by being a leech. Get to save every penny because my monthly expenses are <20 bucks (phone bill).
 
P

Patient A

Mynamejeff
Nov 30, 2020
307
Trying to get a stable job and move past my debt and carry on with my life.
 
01zephyr10

01zephyr10

Short term memory loss truecel living on Neet bux
Dec 12, 2020
914
Not gonna Lie; I find it really sad that the Ones in here, (so far) who DO make Money, can't and or won't spend it. You could invest in something that would make you more Money in the long run. Stock Market or something Modern like that.
 
Fabio

Fabio

(◡‿◡)
Dec 4, 2020
15,050
Not gonna Lie; I find it really sad that the Ones in here, (so far) who DO make Money, can't and or won't spend it. You could invest in something that would make you more Money in the long run. Stock Market or something Modern like that.
I am very paranoid person. I worry about literally everything, investing would be sane but I would lose my hair from worrying about stockmarket 24/7....
 
Zargrim

Zargrim

NEET
Dec 3, 2020
1,191
I am very paranoid person. I worry about literally everything, investing would be sane but I would lose my hair from worrying about stockmarket 24/7....
unless you are literally warren buffet, the best way to invest in the stock market are low risk investments that you are committed to for 30+ years
 
P

Patient A

Mynamejeff
Nov 30, 2020
307
Not gonna Lie; I find it really sad that the Ones in here, (so far) who DO make Money, can't and or won't spend it. You could invest in something that would make you more Money in the long run. Stock Market or something Modern like that.
I lost 3000£ on it, I got too greedy
 
NEETmax2TheBrimBoyo

NEETmax2TheBrimBoyo

Maximum OverNEET
Dec 9, 2020
110
Welfare. About 600,-/month. Actually have leftovers at the end of each month as I mostly spend it on food/gym membership. When I have a bit of a bank I go on a short holiday (~1week).
 
الطائر ابن لا أحد

الطائر ابن لا أحد

Survival of the fittest
Nov 28, 2020
1,316
Same. I have some assets but no income. It’s not enough for even a rural area. I mean maybe I could buy the property but I have no income to live there.
I saw your username before, are you that french guy who likes JBs?
 
K

Kaz

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Nov 29, 2020
3,742
Damn. We're pretty much in the same situation, except I don't work.

Yes, I have to live frugally. So, I don't buy much other than food and drinks. No games, electronics, new gadgets etc.
And we both love Kaiji. What are the odds in a tiny community like this.
 
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Tat Tvam Asi
Dec 13, 2020
7,360
I live at home, my parents are well off but I am not working or going to school anymore

I was so down after the limited amount of things there were to do during COVID it made me really depressed so I took off two semesters and quit my job

I've been enjoying NEET life and I want to pursue a lot of my hobbies and passions rn
 
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