Instead, you’ll see “Transferred from the IRS” in the appropriate fields on The FAFSA questions about untaxed income may or may not apply to you; they include things like child support received, interest income, and veterans noneducation benefits.Parents will need to have all of the materials we’ve mentioned (except for a driver’s license) if they’re claiming their child as a dependent for tax filing purposes.Both parents and students will also need an FSA ID, which they’ll use to sign their FAFSA forms electronically.On the 2019–20 FAFSA form, you’ll report 2017 tax or calendar year information when asked these questions. This section includes savings and checking account balances, as well as the value of investments such as stocks and bonds and real estate (but not the home in which your family lives).You should report the current amounts as of the date you sign the FAFSA form, rather than reporting the 2017 tax year amounts.
The FAFSA form includes questions about your tax situation.The IRS DRT is the fastest, most accurate way to input your tax return information into the FAFSA form.To address security and privacy concerns related to the IRS DRT, the tax return information you transfer from the IRS will not be displayed on or the IRS DRT web page.Doing so may result in issues signing and submitting the FAFSA form and could lead to financial aid delays.(Also, it’s against the rules to create an FSA ID for someone else.) You can find the number on your Social Security card. citizen, but meet Federal Student Aid’s basic eligibility requirements, you’ll also need your Alien Registration number.