Is money from the Pell Grant Taxable?
Asked by: Jesica Hogan
I am 18 and a single mother of a 1 yr old. I am not working but I am attending college. I am able to do so because of the Pell Grant I received through FAFSA. Now that I am 18 I know that is when you file for taxes. But, because I am not working does that mean I don’t file? I do I because the gov. gave me money to go to school? Please Help!
No, were not living with my parents. Me an my son are living with my boyfriend and he is supporting us. But because we are not married, legally that means that i am a single mother…right? so…does that change anything?
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