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Filling out Fafsa - Asset Networth Above $1,600 or Below

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Anybody know how the results in FAFSA will impact if one has assets above $1,600 (but let's say below $7,000).

I have blue-chip stock portfolio and a consumer loan (currently interest free for another year). If I liquidate stocks and pay off debt I can bring that balance below $1,600. However, I do not want to do a fire-sale, especially since I have interest-free debt for another year.

Just curious what would be the impact of FAFSA if I keep it as is, or bring the balance below $1,600. Suppose no other assets.

Would appreciate any help.

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ilya49 wrote:
Anybody know how the results in FAFSA will impact if one has assets above $1,600 (but let's say below $7,000).

I have blue-chip stock portfolio and a consumer loan (currently interest free for another year). If I liquidate stocks and pay off debt I can bring that balance below $1,600. However, I do not want to do a fire-sale, especially since I have interest-free debt for another year.

Just curious what would be the impact of FAFSA if I keep it as is, or bring the balance below $1,600. Suppose no other assets.

Would appreciate any help.


From what I have experienced, your assets do not affect the fafsa unless your school grants need based scholarships but most I have seen are merit based.

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