How much information can a student loan centre find out from a SIN?

Can they find out if/where I'm working and the length of time that I've been working there? Would they be able to know how much I'm making? Can they check the balance in my bank account? The reason that I ask is that I'm thinking about accepting a job position, but the rules and regulations with my government loan is that anything I make I have to use to pay back the loan (except that I'm allowed to keep a meager $50 a week). I'm fully intending to pay them back after I've graduated, but I'm thinking about moving out of residence and I need money for furniture, rent/damage deposit, etc etc. I don't want to jeopardize continuing to receive my loans, but there's no way that I can move out on my own with what they're giving me. I'd really like to know how much they can find out with my information, and/or what my options are. Thanks a bunch!

Asked By: weskingston - 8/26/2007
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Answered By: Tarun G - 8/30/2007
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Your employer has a copy of your SIN and uses it to record your income and other details of your employment, including when you started and what you've made. Normally that info is not available to government agencies until the end of the year when your T4 is done or when you leave your place of employment or when your... More
Answered By: MissPriss - 8/27/2007
You post your profile on this webiste and then lenders come to you. I recommend trying
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