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Judy 114 wrote: My son qualifies for a small amount of Federal Work/study money in his financial plan.

I'm not sure how FWS affects income tax. But I do know it has a positive affect on your future financial aid. FWS earnings are not considered income for Financial Aid purposes, so it does not count against you when they calculate your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) for your financial aid for next year.


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