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FAFSA--filing for more than one student?

JBYJBY Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
edited January 2005 in Parents Forum
For the last two years we have filed FAFSA forms for my daughter who is at Emory. Now we also will be seeking financial aid for my son who will be a freshman at a different (and unknown as of now) college in the fall. Do we have to file two separate Fafsa forms?

I realize the information will be the same for both--except for their individual tax earnings, but are two separate filings required? Hope this isn't too stupid a question.

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