Time is ticking to complete your new 2013-14 FAFSA. I'm sure that by now you've received your email notification that it's time to re-apply for your FAFSA. Obviously, your best bet is to use the IRS data retrieval tool in order to make sure your tax information is correct. But what if you lost or forgot your PIN?
That's where the PIN website comes in. All you have to do is go to pin.ed.gov and on the left side, request a duplicate PIN.
On that same list of options, there are other things you can do also. If you need to, you could change your PIN. You can update your personal information if you need to. You can also reestablish your PIN, or even disable it.
If you don't have a PIN, then the PIN website is the place to go to obtain one.