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Appended are: (1) "FAFSA on the Web Worksheet"; (2) Sources of Additional Information; (3) Directory of State Agencies; (4) Glossary; and (5) Handouts.
FAFSA ON THE WEB (www.fafsa.ed.gov): An online version of the federal financial-aid form.
You may use the FAFSA on the Web Worksheet to help you organize your data before entering it online.
Appendices include: (1) Examples of Using IRS Data, including: (a) Application for the San Francisco Working Families Credit; (b) Direct Loan Program Tax Disclosure Form; (c) Small Business Administration Branded IRS Transcript Request Form; and (d) Example of a Commercial Income Verification Service Using IRS Transcripts; (2) IRS Form 4506-T: Request for Transcript of Tax Return; (3) "Opinion on Legal Requirements for Disclosure of Tax Transcript Data from the IRS to the Department of Education at the Taxpayer's Request," Holland + Knight LLP; and (4) 2007-08 FAFSA on the Web Worksheet.
"We make sure we're issuing the PIN to the right person, to protect ourselves and to protect that individual against fraud," explains Nina Colon, team Leader of FAFSA on the Web and the DOE's PIN site.
Appended are: (1) Draft FAFSA Form; (2) Sources of Additional Information; (3) Directory of State Agencies; (4) Glossary; (5) Handouts; and (6) Draft 2008-09 FAFSA on the Web Worksheet.) [This handbook was published by the Office of Federal Student Aid, U.S.
* FAFSA on the Web, www.fafsa.ed.gov: This site has a pre-application worksheet, a printable "Tip Card" to the steps for completing the form, a federal school code search, and the option of applying online.