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* 1. If parents of a dependent student did not file taxes but made enough to where they should have filed, the student will not be able to get financial aid before the parents get that rectified.

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* 2. Students can NOT skip the gender question on the FAFSA Form.

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* 3. A student who is adopted BEFORE the age of 13 will be a dependent student and need the adopted parent(s) information on the FAFSA.

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* 4. If the parents are divorced or separated, the student would use the parent’s information on the FAFSA of who gave them more financial support in the last 12 months.

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* 5. A student who is adopted AFTER turning the age of 13 will still need adopted parent information on the FAFSA form.

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* 6. If Biological parents are unmarried but living together, they BOTH would have to put their information on a student’s FAFSA form.

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* 7. You don’t need to count the family farm as an asset as long as you operate the land yourself. 

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* 8. Unless court ordered for future expenses, Trust Funds are counted as an asset on the FAFSA Form even if you can’t touch them until years later.

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* 9. Primary residence is not counted as an asset on the FAFSA form.

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* 10. You don’t have to count a Business as an asset on the FAFSA if you or your family owns and controls the business OR has less than 100 full time employees.

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* 11. Name:

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* 12. Email Address:

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* 13. Organization:

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