Do you have to show Tax Returns,etc,in order to get government finanicial aid for college?

Question:I have never used financial aid before, so I'm wondering what I need to know. I certainly am poor enough and old enough to qualify on my own- what else do I need to know?

Answers:
You will not have to SHOW your financial documents to your school unless you are selected for verification. You will need things like your tax return and w2's to compelte the fafsa.
go to fafsa web site and fill out application they will want to know adj. gross income
Theyll definitely need your w2s etc.. they may also ask how much you have in the bank.
If you r independent, the financial aid office might ask for your w-2

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