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FAFSA Due April 15!

F-A-F-S-A...FAFSA?

For those of you students looking to get your hands on some federal dollars (which should really be everyone), you have less than a week about a month and a half to get your FAFSA in!

And word is that some of the agony of filling out these forms will be removed by so-called “skip logic,” which should keep you from writing the same old personal information in year after year. But, according to the average filler-out-er, it’ll still have the potential to be a less than pleasant process.

“It’s a little easier this year, but it’s still daunting,” says Fuentes-Michel, who recently helped her 17-year-old daughter fill out the form.

Ah, reform.

Regardless, money is money. And for your best shot at it, get your FAFSA in by March 2 April 15. And by that I mean hit up the ‘rents by aforementioned date.

(Personal note: Thanks mommy!)

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