And kelsmom, yes, every penny of the non taxable pension is represented on the 1040 and so is the soc sec disabililty. The soc sec disab doesn't show on a FASFA but the entire amount of the other pension does, taxed or untaxed. (Non taxable doesn't mean non-reported!)
No assets to claim. No tax paid on wages. The only error made here was that the parent pension was listed for my child (and parent) and was prob taken at the student's50%. My EFC is probably going to be closer to 3-5K vs 24K when this all washes out, which is what I was expecting.
the carryover is 3K as mentioned, and there is a loss of another type for the prior year resulting in the neg AGI.