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I am a single mom and supported my daughter through her undergraduate years as a dependent (tuition, room and board, food, transportation, insurance, etc). She is applying to graduate school and I have been told that she should apply for FAFSA without reporting parent financial information. How should she respond to question 45J if parent information is not reported on the FAFSA? Most questions/answers talk about non-custodial parent, but could you address the single parent aspect.5 replies
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