How to get financial independence from the financial aid you need

It’s been a difficult year for students in Italy.

The country has suffered a major debt crisis, and many students have found themselves in arrears on their loans.

The government is also struggling to make up the difference.

The situation has been exacerbated by the new financial aid rules that have been introduced.

Financial aid rules introduced last year in Italy were supposed to make loans more affordable.

However, the new rules will make it more expensive to get a loan.

In order to make a loan you need to prove that you can repay it within six months.

You need to show that you have the means to pay it back.

But the new regulations will make that impossible.

It will only work for loans made from April 2018, unless you also get a certain amount of income.

That income will not count towards the minimum income requirements of the new loan rules.

And, it will only be possible to get one loan per year.

This means that, in order to get the loan, you’ll need to get at least 20% of your total income.

This is the exact situation that many students are in.

In the first quarter of 2018, the number of students who were unable to repay their loans rose by 27%.

The number of people in arresars rose by 31% in the first three months of 2018.

The total number of arrearages rose by 40% in just a year.

Financial assistance has been a problem for students and parents since the beginning of the financial crisis.

The new financial assistance rules mean that, unless they have a minimum income of €7,500 a month, they won’t be able to get any aid.

It’s a problem that the new government has been working hard to solve.

On January 3, it introduced the new loans rules.

But it’s not clear how the new rule will work.

In addition to the income requirements, it is expected that many people will also need to have some kind of financial literacy, such as a degree or some form of job training.

This may mean that some students will have to wait for the new laws to come into effect before they can get financial assistance.