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Can you help me with my FAFSA application?

  • I used Turbo Tax to efile and when FAFSA pulled the data for my qualifications it was populated incorrectly on the 1099-r portion.  I had a rollover IRA and FAFSA shows it as income.  What can I do about this.  We are now ineligible for any finial aid.  Thanks Turbo Tax

Hello megomez53:

If your needing help with your FASFA Application click the link below:


If you click the link it will provided you a contact link to get assistance.

Hope this helps!

Quetta :)

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