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What Do You Do?

pixistix16pixistix16 Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
Suppose your parents SELL the house AFTER you recieve your financial aid package. Do you report this now (and what will happen - give back some of money) or wait until you re-apply for aid in sophomore yr of college?
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Replies to: What Do You Do?

  • amnesiaamnesia Registered User Posts: 2,153 Senior Member
    you sell the house BEFORE so some other sucker can pay more for college.

    you also MOVE your money to other bank accounts.

    if you make too much, ur screwed. if you are a poor leecher of society, aka poor ppl, then u fail it and get into college for free.
  • dt123dt123 Registered User Posts: 1,178 Senior Member
    This year's financial aid, the one you have already, was based on last year's financial activity. The home sale this year might have an impact on next year's aid award.
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