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FAFSA FAQ’s for Parents (or Supportive Adults)

Brought to you by the Official Blog of the US Department of Education is a guide about FAFSA for parents (or supportive adults). 

Find answers to any of the following questions: 

  • Why does my child need to provide my information on the FAFSA?
  • Who’s considered a parent when completing the FAFSA?
  • Who’s considered part of the household?
  • Do I need to wait until I file my income taxes?
  • Do I need to do this every year?
  • What else do I need to know before I begin?

Anyone who is filling out a FAFSA can benefit from knowing the answers to some of these frequently asked questions. To see the full guide, you can download it by clicking on the link in the right hand column. 

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