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To get financial aid for college, you need to complete the FAFSA – which requires an FSA ID. In less than 90 seconds, learn how to get one.
Do you need to add more colleges to your FAFSA, or use IRS Data Retrieval to add official tax information? If so, watch this video.
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Part 1 of the FAFSA Demo explains how to log in and add personal information to your application.
Part 2 of the FAFSA Demo tells you how to add your high school and up to 10 colleges to your application.
Part 3 of the FAFSA Demo explains dependency questions that will determine if parent information is required on the form.
Part 4 of the FAFSA Demo shows you how to add parent information to the form.
Part 5 of the FAFSA Demo shows you how to transfer tax information into your FAFSA.
Part 6 of the FAFSA Demo…you’re almost done! Learn how to sign and submit your application. After you complete this step, find out what happens next: http://eqf.org/2yXzGA4
Selected for verification? Learn what to expect.
Learn how colleges notify you about the types of financial aid you qualify for, and the next steps.
Learn about the steps you need to take to apply for student loans.