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The Eviction Moratorium Extension Was Denied. So What Does That Mean for Renters?

On August 1, 2021, the eviction moratorium expired, causing uncertainty for millions of households and tenants who had been protected from eviction processes under federal law during the COVID-19 pandemic.

by Sheena Allen
How to Maximize your Time and Money While Working from Home

It can be challenging to maintain a healthy work-life balance when working from home. On the other hand, many workers have taken advantage of their company’s work from home policy to travel, start a side hustle or even work two full-time jobs at once.

by Viviana Vazquez
Gas, Food, Rent - Inflation is on the Rise. What does that mean for you and your money?

Inflation is when the price for the same amount of goods (i.e., groceries) or services (i.e., getting a haircut) increases. Inflation affects everything involving the economy from food and clothing to employment wages and interest rates.

by CapWay
Hiring struggles will force employers to pay above minimum wage, but may also speed up automation.

President Joe Biden announced that unemployed Americans would no longer be eligible for unemployment benefits if they turn down a suitable job. Many believe President Biden's announcement is in response to many employers complaining of hiring struggles.

by CapWay
Parents who give birth in 2021 are eligible to receive an additional stimulus check.

Parents who qualify for a stimulus check are eligible to receive an extra $1,400 if they give birth anytime during 2021, according to the new COVID-19 relief bill, which Congress passed on March 10, 2021.

by CapWay
Despite the increase in mobile banking, nationwide closures of bank branches during the pandemic leaves underbanked and unbanked communities further behind.

One of the direst effects has been the financial impact that has resulted from job layoffs and mandated quarantines. The closing of bank branches across the United States reflects the economic impact many have had to endure.

by CapWay
The New Child Tax Credit and How it Affects Your Family

by Viviana Vazquez
Stimulus Checks Set to Start Being Deposited into Bank Accounts This Weekend

President Joe Biden signed the latest Covid Relief bill on Thursday, March 11, 2021. The $1.9 trillion package includes up to $1,400 in direct stimulus aid, additional weekly unemployment supplements of $300.

by Viviana Vazquez
Federal Student Loan Payments Are Deferred Until September 30, 2021

by CapWay
COVID-19: Second-Draw PPP Loans - Eligibility Requirements and More

The SBA, under the CARES Act, opened applications for the third round of PPP loans on January 13 at participating community financial institutions. All lenders will accept applications from January 19 through March 31, 2021.

by CapWay
COVID-19: Unemployment Benefits are Taxable

There has been much confusion around whether unemployment benefits under the CARES Act are taxable or not. As an unfortunate surprise to many, the unemployment benefits are indeed taxable.

by CapWay
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