Ep. 27 FAFSA Series Pt. 3: Who Are Your Parents?


FAFSA Series Pt. 3: Parents

Who Are Your Parents?

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Todays episode is an exploration into different types of parents or parental relationships and what a student would report on the FAFSA depending on their family structure.  This can be quite complex to explain and include situations such as divorced parents, LGBT parents, remarried, single, never-married etc…

This can delay the review of your FAFSA application if not completed correctly.

LINK TO AMAZON Books about FAFSA and Financial Aid

Links mentioned in this episode:

FAFSA Series Pt. 1: Getting Organized

FAFSA Series Pt. 2: EFC & CSS Profile

Apply for your FSA ID Here.

FAFSA Application

Parental Relationship Guide for the FAFSA

Pinterest Infographic about Parents


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