FAFSA-only schools tend to be stingy with aid; they rarely "meet need". You may be shooting yourself in the foot by focusing on FAFSA only. (My husband is self-employed, so I know what you mean about a small business.)
More important than the particular forms are the discussions you have had with your D. Let her know what you are willing/able to spend, and then apply to the schools she wants. That way, she'll know that unless she gets significant aid, she may be out of luck even if she gets into her favorite schools.
Also focus on schools at which she is in the top of the stats pool, and which give merit aid - that, by the way, lets out all Ivies.