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Keep in mind that a new application must be filed each year to continue receiving assistance. And never assume your family has too much income for you to be eligible - just file! Keep in mind that a new application must be filed each year to continue receiving assistance. And never assume your family has too much income for you to be eligible - just file!
-You must update new information each year. The FAFSA includes numerous questions (well over 100) regarding each student's (and family's) financial status. The government uses that information to claculate the "Expected Family Contribution" (EFC). Many factors go into the determination of the EFC, such as number of people in the family, income, number of students from the household in college, and assets (excluding retirement and 401(k) funds). Determination of the EFC is required even if the student's family will not be assisting the student with his or her education expenses.+[[https://www.amazon.com/dp/0804124361/?tag=concecreat-20|{{ :paying-for-college.jpg?120x0|Paying for College Without Going Broke}}]] You must update new information each year. The FAFSA includes numerous questions (well over 100) regarding each student's (and family's) financial status. The government uses that information to claculate the "Expected Family Contribution" (EFC). Many factors go into the determination of the EFC, such as number of people in the family, income, number of students from the household in college, and assets (excluding retirement and 401(k) funds). Determination of the EFC is required even if the student's family will not be assisting the student with his or her education expenses
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-Parents rave about this newly revised and updated guide -- including a step-by-step guide to filling out the FAFSA. Learn the tips and tricks to getting the most financial aid possible: 
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