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Financial aid help - August 13th 2011, 05:23 AM

My mom and I made to much money last year to be able to receive any help with college expenses, but money is still a struggle in my family. My mom is a single parent of three and recently quit her job to launch her own zombie candle making business(which I fully support her with since she's finally happy), but dishing out a few grand on school a semester is too much and was not expected. My dad lives in a completely other state and is considered unemployed and I want to claim him on my financial aid forms next year so I can have some help paying for college, especially since I'm looking into transferring to an out of state college. Is there any way I can claim him although he provides no support to me and I do not live with him?
If that makes any since, help would be very much appreciated and a huge amount of stress would be gone
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Re: Financial aid help - August 13th 2011, 04:48 PM

You would have to have his personal information and copies of his tax forms if there are any. My mom and I did this my first year until we realized that we had the opposite problem of you doing that so we just used my mom's instead.


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Re: Financial aid help - August 13th 2011, 11:26 PM

What Kate said, and make sure you do it at the first SECOND it's available. Money runs out fast.


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