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How to File FAFSA Without the IRS DRT

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The IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) — an important tool that made filing for federal aid easier, faster, and more accurate — has been down since Friday, March 3. Citing security reasons, the Department of Education and IRS indicated it could be weeks before it is available again. The outage presents a number of issues for students and parents seeking tax information to file for FAFSA or recertification of income-based loan repayments. While it’s down, visit the following sites for guidance on how to file!

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