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>> No. 23799 Stalin
29th July 2016
Friday 6:59 pm
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What are the benefits from the British? How much money you need at least a month of life?

I am a student of the Russian Federation. My allowance per month 121 USD. And I live for them, I can not find a job.

9 $ - to rent a room in the campus
3 $ - business lunch
0.5 $ - bread
4 $ - a kilo of meat
1 $ - a kilogram of potatoes
4.5 $ - cinema
7.5 $ - vodka
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>> No. 23800 Wastelander
29th July 2016
Friday 7:04 pm
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>>23799
I just finished being a student. My rent was £420/month, I would spend about £30 per week on food (I'd buy a load of veg, meat, cheese from the market and get carb stuff from the supermarket generally, usually rice and lentils).

I don't know anyone who goes to the cinema here anymore, it's just not worth it - you sit through 20 minutes of adverts to see a film you don't know if you'll enjoy or not and pay £8-10 for the privilege.
>> No. 23801 Rasputin
29th July 2016
Friday 7:16 pm
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>>23800
Rent an apartment on average in Moscow $ 400 - $ 500
But kapuse much cheaper.

Internet at a speed of 100 Mb/s worth from $ 5 to 10, depending on the tariff.

300 minutes of talk time on a mobile stand 4.5$
>> No. 23802 Raoul
29th July 2016
Friday 7:20 pm
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My net take home pay is in the region of £1,800 per month, which includes pension, private medical, critical illness and student loan.

My mortgage is £680 per month and I've life cover of £10 per month. To be honest I've no idea how much any of the bills are because I leave it to my other half as she's very savvy and our broadband for the past year only cost around £30 in total because of using Top CashBack. All I know is that it's enough to raise three kids (also my other half while she 'takes a year or two out' to spend time with the baby) and have a surplus of around £200 per month without being frugal.

>>23800
>I don't know anyone who goes to the cinema here anymore, it's just not worth it - you sit through 20 minutes of adverts to see a film you don't know if you'll enjoy or not and pay £8-10 for the privilege.

I only take my kids to the 10am showings on the weekend because they're around £2 a ticket.
>> No. 23803 Wastelander
29th July 2016
Friday 8:11 pm
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>>23802
So you're running a family of 3 on £900 a month?

I'm the lad in the other thread fretting about my first job and I'll have about £600 to myself after rent, loan repayment (not student finance) and travel expenses and I'm shitting myself. Maybe I'm worrying too much.
>> No. 23804 Raoul
29th July 2016
Friday 8:35 pm
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>>23803
>So you're running a family of 3 on £900 a month?

Sounds like it. Probably helps that I live in Yorkshire.

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