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How will marriage change my financial aid?
Ok i have attempted to use various calculators and the estimates range from $0 to $16000 for EFC. This is clearly a huge gap.
How is EFC calculated when we would both attend school, but one person attends grad school? Is that taken into consideration or do they only consider college as the 4 year university type.
What is a good calculator i can use, or how can i obtain a relatively accurate estimate.
I am trying to decide if i should get married now or later. There are clearly tax benefits but this would go to waste and i wouldnt even be able to attend school if my efc became an insane 16k.
how do i figure out what the actual EFC will be?
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