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thechoson

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Worksheet B on FAFSA
« on: April 25, 2004, 01:02:04 PM »
This is a very specific question, so I don't know if people could answer. But on Worksheet B on FAFSA, do you have to list the money your parents gave you for your education?  Cause my parents have been supporting me throughout college, if I put the amount every year they put in to my education, then my EFC goes to almost 10k, which I can not contribute.  I don't know... does anyone know about this?

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Re: Worksheet B on FAFSA
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2004, 01:59:02 PM »
it depends how they support you.  if they give you a weekly or monthly allowance, then, you might not have to include it on your fafsa.  unless it's a very significant number--like $1000 a month.  however, if they have been paying for your rent, car insurance, car payments, etc., then you will probably have to include that. 
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