if you are a dependent student, you would need to include the tax return of the parents who you have received the most aid. so, you would have to use your step father's information along with your mothers as well. if they are married they should be filing their taxes together as most do. if for some reason they file separately, you can just give your mother's information.
you are an independent student if: you are 23+, married, have a dependent child, are a ward of the state, enlisted in the military, or are studying at the graduate level. if one of those statements are correct, you are considered independent and can use just your tax return information. if none are true, though, you are dependent and need your parents' information, which would include your step father. where you live has nothing to do with your financial aid dependency. good luck!
only who lives in your household, just say its you and yur mom
OOPS, IF YOU LIVE ON YOUR OWN THATS EVEN BETTER! YOU WILL GET MORE$$$$ PROBABLY HAVE A LOW INCOME. POSITIVE ON YOUR SIDE. DONT MENTION THE BOYFRIEND.
no because he's not ur legal guardian
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