Find out what makes an "independent" student an independent student.
My daughter is a freshman (in college) and lives more than 50% of the time with her mother who is the custodial parent. Her mom and I have been divorced for ...
Grandparents and other relatives may not substitute their information for the parent's information on the FAFSA.
Money in a bank or brokerage account counts as an asset on the FAFSA.
Money in savings count as assets on the FAFSA and may affect financial aid eligibility.
I am praying that you may be able to advise me on the FAFSA application. I am a senior in high school and will file the FAFSA in October. I live ...
Find out how different types of trust funds are treated on the FAFSA.
The change will allow students to report tax information from a prior-prior tax year (PPY) allowing tax information from two years ago.
What your FAFSA says about your first choice college.
Benefits of the new FAFSA release date -- October 1.
There are two ways in which real estate can be reported as an asset on the FAFSA.
Retiremend plans and distributions on the FAFSA.
Expert answers to tough FAFSA questions.
Questions about divorce and separation on the FAFSA answered.
Updated tool will make the FAFSA easier to file.
Learn about how your EFC is calculated and what comes after.
Will my daughter's chances for receiving financial aid be higher if we don't claim her on our taxes? Household income is about $85,000 and she did not qualify for financial aid ...
I live with my mother and my step-father but they are not married. They keep their finances separate and, other than helping my mom to pay for the house I live ...
Will Differences in Parent Assets Due to the Omission Sibling-Owned Custodial 529 Plan Accounts Cause Problems on the FAFSA?
Since siblings' UTMA 529s don't get reported on the FAFSA, but the student's UTMA 529 is counted as a parent asset, each of my kids would have a different amount listed ...
I have two questions which I assume you've been asked a million times and I just want to make sure I'm understanding the write-ups about them correctly. We have a regular ...