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Well, not only would you be considered runaways, but you'd have the added reponsibility of rent, utilities, cable, phone, car payments, insurance, gas, groceries, taxes and other miscellaneous expenses. Unless you're working and making at least $20,000, I'd consider staying at home, getting as much education as possible and putting of adulthood a little longer.

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