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    Moving out while in high school

    So I have issues living with my parents I won't get into details but let's just say they weren't a very active part of my life. I'm turning 18 soon however I won't graduate until 2019 and I want to leave as soon as possible. Three of my friends want to move out also and I was just wondering is it financially possible for four teens still in high school to afford living independent from their parents and if so how? I've thought about it a lot but I have no idea what to expect and need help.
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