• What happens if someone commit suicide because of you?

    Best answer: It depends on the scenario. Just because they did it because of it, doesn't mean the person is responsible. People committ suicide because someone broke up with them, divorce or just rejection. People committ suicide because of depression from having to take care of someone (child, sick parent, spouse etc). Now, if a person... show more
    Best answer: It depends on the scenario. Just because they did it because of it, doesn't mean the person is responsible. People committ suicide because someone broke up with them, divorce or just rejection. People committ suicide because of depression from having to take care of someone (child, sick parent, spouse etc). Now, if a person does something to that person intentionally or malicoiusly (bullying, abuse etc), then there is a case for manslaughter.
    6 answers · Law & Ethics · 4 years ago
  • What happens if I receive a scholarship in top of a Pell Grant?

    Best answer: You need to talk to your financial aid office. There is something called "Cost of Attendance". It is a dollar amount that you may receive in financial aid based on your status with the school, program of study, enrollment, hours your taken etc. If you go over that amount, your school has to REDUCE the amount of federal and/or... show more
    Best answer: You need to talk to your financial aid office. There is something called "Cost of Attendance". It is a dollar amount that you may receive in financial aid based on your status with the school, program of study, enrollment, hours your taken etc. If you go over that amount, your school has to REDUCE the amount of federal and/or state grants you receive. However, the COA is always higher than just the cost of tuition/fees/books. The school has to also account for other items such as transportation, misc (background checks, health screenings for example in your field). More than likely, you'll be able to keep it all if you qualify. Normally people go over COA when they take out loans considering loan offers are A LOT more than grant offers typically, but it is best to talk to your school to make sure.
    1 answer · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • If i don't make any student loan payments on any balance remaining for 25 years on an Income Based Repayment plan is the loan forgiven?

    Best answer: You need to educate yourself on income based repayment. http://studentaid.ed.gov/sites/default/files/income-based-repayment-q-and-a.pdf The link above debunks your myths. But, for the sake of a reference. There are no student loans that you never have to make payments on if your income is too low. You may hold off or do other things,... show more
    Best answer: You need to educate yourself on income based repayment. http://studentaid.ed.gov/sites/default/f... The link above debunks your myths. But, for the sake of a reference. There are no student loans that you never have to make payments on if your income is too low. You may hold off or do other things, but not paying is NEVER one of them. Discharged is a different story. What IBR is, if your income is at a certain level or lower and you meet other requirements, your PAYMENTS are adjusted to what is affordable. Regarding loan forgiveness, if you are still paying on your loans under that plan, after 25 years of consecutive payments, you'll no longer have to pay. The problem with that, most loans carry a 10 year term. So by the time you get even half of that, you would of paid it off anyway. Only exception is if you consolidate your loans and your amount is HUGE. Again, your loans are NEVER cancelled. They are just restructured to better suit your financial freedom. So, instead of say 200 dollars amonth, they take it down to 125.
    1 answer · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Anyone with a low income budget send there child to a private school, using scholarships and grants to pay the tuition?

    Best answer: NO. The government does not pay to send grade school kids to private schools. You must pay for that unless there is a third party scholarship.
    Best answer: NO. The government does not pay to send grade school kids to private schools. You must pay for that unless there is a third party scholarship.
    3 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Can a debt collector come to my university?

    Best answer: Yes. Can they come looking for you while you are in class, no.
    Best answer: Yes. Can they come looking for you while you are in class, no.
    2 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • I'm marrying a European. Are there any scholarships or loans that can help her obtain her masters degree here in the states.?

    Best answer: As for scholarships, those are RARE and FEW for even US citizens. Most people fund their professional degree with nothing but loans. Second, there is not ANY lender in it's right mind that will lend to someone who doesn't even have a SSN number. So, better tell your future spouse to get it at that country.
    Best answer: As for scholarships, those are RARE and FEW for even US citizens. Most people fund their professional degree with nothing but loans. Second, there is not ANY lender in it's right mind that will lend to someone who doesn't even have a SSN number. So, better tell your future spouse to get it at that country.
    3 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • What is an income rec?

    Best answer: Income received? Earned wages such as working for a company (w2), self employed, self contractor. Penisions, stocks interests, bond interest Unearned income: Work mans comp, unemployment, disabiltity.
    Best answer: Income received? Earned wages such as working for a company (w2), self employed, self contractor. Penisions, stocks interests, bond interest Unearned income: Work mans comp, unemployment, disabiltity.
    2 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • What should I do to become a financial administrator?

    Best answer: Depending on your state (or country), financial aid jobs are regulated by the state. In Georgia, you must have an associates or higher degree in either business, computers, finance, education or any related to be a entry level counselor. Also, at least two years required in a related field. Now, if you want to be a director, it... show more
    Best answer: Depending on your state (or country), financial aid jobs are regulated by the state. In Georgia, you must have an associates or higher degree in either business, computers, finance, education or any related to be a entry level counselor. Also, at least two years required in a related field. Now, if you want to be a director, it requires 5 years in financial aid with a masters or higher. Again, check with the job you are looking for. financial aid officer for a Georgia Tech school.
    1 answer · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Is it legal to enroll someone into college without their permission and before they have finished with high school?

    Best answer: Yes, it is illegal. Colllege is OPTIONAL. Not like high school where the parent can choose. Remember, college has to be paid for, so, is it right to make someone pay for something that didn't ask for?
    Best answer: Yes, it is illegal. Colllege is OPTIONAL. Not like high school where the parent can choose. Remember, college has to be paid for, so, is it right to make someone pay for something that didn't ask for?
    6 answers · Law & Ethics · 5 years ago
  • What would happen if all student loans in the US defaulted?

    Best answer: Creditors, banks, and the US government would stop offering student loans. Thus, the majority of colleges would shut down due to not being able to have students. So, no doctors, no surgeons, no lawyers. You get where I'm coming from.
    Best answer: Creditors, banks, and the US government would stop offering student loans. Thus, the majority of colleges would shut down due to not being able to have students. So, no doctors, no surgeons, no lawyers. You get where I'm coming from.
    1 answer · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Shoplifting at Kroger?

    Best answer: That is the standard protocol most major stores due if the item in question is not very big. You are now in their database, if you attempt to go on that property, the police will be called and you'll be charged. At this point, nothing else will happen to you as long as you stay away. Let this be a lesson to you. show more
    Best answer: That is the standard protocol most major stores due if the item in question is not very big. You are now in their database, if you attempt to go on that property, the police will be called and you'll be charged. At this point, nothing else will happen to you as long as you stay away. Let this be a lesson to you.
    1 answer · Law & Ethics · 5 years ago
  • FASFA Help? Which year do I use?

    Best answer: Yes
    Best answer: Yes
    1 answer · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Kid stole my 300 dollar shoes should I report him to the police?

    Best answer: First, unless the shoes are damage, do you really want to do that? I get it that you are mad, but I'm going to assume that is still your neices friend, doing so would just put a strain on that relationship, and the potential relationship you have with your neice. If you feel the kid should be punished, (unless this is an adult),... show more
    Best answer: First, unless the shoes are damage, do you really want to do that? I get it that you are mad, but I'm going to assume that is still your neices friend, doing so would just put a strain on that relationship, and the potential relationship you have with your neice. If you feel the kid should be punished, (unless this is an adult), speak to the kids mother. Police have bigger things to worry about than someone still mad over just returned shoes.
    5 answers · Law & Ethics · 5 years ago
  • If your tax return is not approved you cannot obtain tax transcripts or process FAFSA tax retrival.?

    Best answer: There are different reasons why a tax transcript is not available. 1. You just submitted and has not been processed yet. 2. Identity theft issue 3. Amended return was done 4. You got auditted If one happened to you, you have to wait until it is processed. If two happened, you can submit home copies of the 1040's to your school... show more
    Best answer: There are different reasons why a tax transcript is not available. 1. You just submitted and has not been processed yet. 2. Identity theft issue 3. Amended return was done 4. You got auditted If one happened to you, you have to wait until it is processed. If two happened, you can submit home copies of the 1040's to your school WITH the indentity theft claim from the IRS showing you tried to file and get a copy of th tax transcript, but unable to due to another person's criminal act. if three happened, you can submit your signed home copies of the 1040's as well as signed 1040x since the tax transcript does not show the amended information. 4. Have to wait until your audit is over.
    2 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • What if you applied to a college but haven't enrolled?

    Best answer: You can only receive federal at ONE school at a time. So the pell grant and student loans can not be used at both schools. You can apply for as many schools as you want. As long as you do not register for classes, no funds will or even can be disbursed.
    Best answer: You can only receive federal at ONE school at a time. So the pell grant and student loans can not be used at both schools. You can apply for as many schools as you want. As long as you do not register for classes, no funds will or even can be disbursed.
    2 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Can student loans stop you from getting a passport?

    Best answer: No, student loans are that are in default are civil.
    Best answer: No, student loans are that are in default are civil.
    1 answer · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Ethics question?

    Best answer: Kill or be killed? Unless I had some sort of ties to that person, she would have to go for me.
    Best answer: Kill or be killed? Unless I had some sort of ties to that person, she would have to go for me.
    2 answers · Law & Ethics · 5 years ago
  • Will Financial Aid Give Me All Of It?

    Best answer: Wait a minute, your math is off or something is not right. You pay 30k a year now, and the instate rate is 2962 for the year?Even if your are out of state, there is no school that has that kind of mark up. You need to go talk to your financial aid office.
    Best answer: Wait a minute, your math is off or something is not right. You pay 30k a year now, and the instate rate is 2962 for the year?Even if your are out of state, there is no school that has that kind of mark up. You need to go talk to your financial aid office.
    2 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • Unknown interest rate?

    Best answer: 9500 = 8000 (Interest * 48 Months) 9500/8000 = Interest * 48 1.1875 = Interest * 48 1.1875/48 = Interest 0.24739583 = Interest or 2.4739583% also, wrong section.
    Best answer: 9500 = 8000 (Interest * 48 Months) 9500/8000 = Interest * 48 1.1875 = Interest * 48 1.1875/48 = Interest 0.24739583 = Interest or 2.4739583% also, wrong section.
    1 answer · Financial Aid · 5 years ago
  • I'm a disabled adult and single mom. We all receive SSA.?

    Best answer: What you just described at the end, is something called verification. At this point, wait until your school receives. However, do not be surprisd if it happens, because they do look household size and reported income. If you report you take care of someoine with no reported earned or unearned income, they may ask you to provide... show more
    Best answer: What you just described at the end, is something called verification. At this point, wait until your school receives. However, do not be surprisd if it happens, because they do look household size and reported income. If you report you take care of someoine with no reported earned or unearned income, they may ask you to provide documentation proving such. (non filing statement and wage and earning statement from the IRS). You'll be fine though. Just submit if asked for it.
    2 answers · Financial Aid · 5 years ago