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Yearly income changes
I am in sales and commissions make up a large part of my gross pay. My yearly income can vary by $70,000 I happened to have a good year in 2018 which are the numbers that I am going to have to use on the FAFSA forms as our son will be entering college in 2020. Is there any recourse to utilize an average of a few years rather than just a single year for reporting purposes?5 replies
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