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When Life Situations Change, How Do You Complete the FAFSA<sup>®</sup>?
Instructions are provided for how to complete the FAFSA if you've experienced a marital status change or a drop in income…
By Jonathan Hughes    |
By Shaun Connolly    |
All things FAFSA<sup>®</sup>
Resources include our Understanding the FAFSA webinar, 10 Tips for Filing the FAFSA blog post, and the FAFSA Day website. …
By Meredith Clement    |
Are You Asking These FAFSA Questions?
Questions include how do separated and divorced families complete the FAFSA?, what's an asset?, is unemployment reported on the FAFSA? And can I receive both unemployment and financial aid?, do I need to report my business on the FAFSA?, and will filling out the FAFSA gives us loans?…
By Meredith Clement    |
By Meredith Clement    |
Top 10 Tips for Filing the FAFSA<sup>®</sup>
Tips include obtaining an FSA ID, sending the FAFSA to all schools you apply to, and keeping deadlines in mind. …
By Lisa Rooney    |
Answers to Your Financial Aid Questions
Learn what an asset is, where to report merit-based aid on the FAFSA, and the difference between a parent and student loan. …
By Martha Savery    |
Making Changes to Your FAFSA<sup>®</sup>
Learn how to correct mistakes, how to resubmit your FAFSA, and what to do about corrections on the CSS Profile. …
By Lauren Patten    |
Tips for completing the CSS Profile<sup>TM</sup>
Tips include preparing, knowing your deadlines, understanding whats different, sharing your special circumstances, and knowing when to get help.…
By Meredith Clement    |
Frequently Asked Questions About The FAFSA<sup>®</sup>
Read some recent FAFSA questions and their answers. …
By Martha Savery    |
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