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  1. The only thing that worries me is although loan proceeds are not income, it can be looked upon as an asset? Also since I completed my FAFSA about 10-14 days ago, they wouldn’t consider the loan deposits anyways because isn’t the snapshot of bank account balances up to the date you submit your application for FAFSA?
  2. Yes you are correct. Better rate and lower monthly payment.
  3. If my spouse took out a personal unsecured loan to pay off my prior Student loans plus pay off his 401K loans and other credit cards, property tax, etc...would this affect my FAFSA application for financial aid for Physicians Assistant school that I submitted in the past few weeks? I’m going to call the school today because it seems the FAFSA approved me for a lot less than I need. My fear is that my spouses loan can be frowned upon meaning they can see 40K coming in and then 40K coming out to pay off things. They can think they don’t need financial aid if they can use 40K to pay for other things although the 40K will help consolidate and lower total monthly debt payments. Thanks greatly in advance.
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    Financial aid?

    Thank you greatly. So it appears I also need to speak to my school and supply them documents as well? If yes, what kind of documents will they need?
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    Financial aid?

    Good afternoon! Thanks again for all of your kind and detailed responses. i applied for FAFSA as an independent and it returned preliminary results: EFC: 019580 Direct Stafford loan estimate: 18500 What does this mean? Thank you kindly!
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    Financial aid?

    The spouses don’t need to co-sign do they? I assume the financial aid and loans are only signed for by the students without obligating the spouse?
  7. JackTorres

    Financial aid?

    Thank you for all of your kind replies. I’m very grateful for the insight. One more question, so realistically to get $100,000 in total across the 2-3 years to cover PA school is a very realistic expectation for someone with little savings?
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    Financial aid?

    Does cost of attendance include room and board and books?
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    Financial aid?

    Thank you for taking the time to reply to me in detail. It is very much appreciated! So i assume I need to file for financial aid as an independent vs. dependent? Would I need to claim my spouses income? Thanks a million!
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    Financial aid?

    I got accepted to PA school and I need some advice with financial aid such as grants and loans. Although we (myself and significant other) have very little savings, my spouses income is a little high. Can you provide any advice/guidance? I read that we need to fill out the FAFSA and then go from there. It seems the Stafford Loan might be the most practical option. The school alone costs almost $100,000 for tuition not counting books or room and board. I read that the financial aid can generally cover 100% of tuition including books and room and board. Is this accurate/realistic? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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