This may be so simple so as to be stupid but my question's this: how could I send my tax return forms for financial aid considerations? The instructions on schools' websites aren't clear on this, and the default seems to be by mail. But fax would be more efficient, and emailing in pdf form even more so. It shouldn't be a problem to just email, right?
Discuss various money matters here. Loans (federal and private), scholarships, lottery winnings, or other school finance related information and queries.
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sheishkabob wrote:I would like to know this as well! Also is a cover letter or anything necessary, or just a PDF of the tax returns?
I just plan to attach a page with my info (name, LSAC #, etc.) if mailing or faxing, and just putting that info in the field if emailing. And with the financial aid deadlines coming up at this point I think I'll just both mail and email to be safe.
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