Same and because my income went up after my daughter headed to college and mine were only in at the same time for two of the years and I could run the calcs, I never did a FAFSA. After this year's results, I'm done doing the FAFSA, but there's only one more year I'd have to do one anyhow.I initially did one to at least see if they'd get anything, and because I did know that my job was iffy and thought that when I did get laid off, at least I would have the option of calling the school with the change of status. I could not do that if I hadn't done the FAFSA to start, so for that, it was still worth hedging my bets.I did go back and forth on if I should bother at all because I knew they wouldn't get anything - which is a very nice side-effect of having saved up for their college - but figured that I didn't have anything to lose and everything to gain by at least submitting it in case the situation changed. This is something, I think, that folks should consider when on the fence about doing the paperwork.I do have to say that I'm glad I won't have to do it again.
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