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Just curious which year of income do schools look at when determining fin aid? If I am entering the MBA starting Sept 2018 -will they be looking at my 2017 or 2016 incomes?
Any tips on managing my income to maximize fin aid eg. taking a vacation the year before, don't save anything for retirement/401k/rrsp.....etc.

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arcticTO wrote:
Just curious which year of income do schools look at when determining fin aid? If I am entering the MBA starting Sept 2018 -will they be looking at my 2017 or 2016 incomes?
Any tips on managing my income to maximize fin aid eg. taking a vacation the year before, don't save anything for retirement/401k/rrsp.....etc.

I think they will be needing your bank statement.

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arcticTO wrote:
Just curious which year of income do schools look at when determining fin aid? If I am entering the MBA starting Sept 2018 -will they be looking at my 2017 or 2016 incomes?
Any tips on managing my income to maximize fin aid eg. taking a vacation the year before, don't save anything for retirement/401k/rrsp.....etc.

I think they will be needing your bank statement.


What about investments like stocks etc??

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You mean a situation when you have $2 Billion sitting in an investment account but $0 income from a job and thus you are poor? :-)
They will be looking at your net worth as well as income. Consider reviewing FinAid section of the schools you will be applying to.


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