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Does a non-qualified variable annuity need to be listed as an asset when completing the FAFSA form or is it considered a retirement asset?

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Asked by keith Tuesday Nov 30th 2010 in Financial Aid
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From what I understand you do not have to include your non-qualified variable annuity on your FAFSA Form. To get a specific yes or no you should contact the .

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