The US Education Department issued new guidance this week that will allow college admissions offices to accept signed copies of tax returns, or signed statements from families not filing taxes, to verify household income of those applying for federal aid. Sara Urquidez, executive director of the Academic Success Program, says this policy will improve college access.
Financial-aid income verification rules eased
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