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Whose Income Do I Report On My FAFSA?

Last updated February 13, 2020

It can be tricky to figure out which parent is the right parent to report on your FAFSA Application. Do you use your mom's income information or your dad's? Do you use both? Is one a better choice over the other? Have no fear, we have all the answers you need and more on the chart below!

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