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Unvaccinated Workers Are Eligible for Unemployment Benefits

With the vaccine mandate in place, some unvaccinated individuals are being let go from their place of work. As a result, four states have passed bills that allow them to ease the restrictions for the unvaccinated when applying for unemployment benefits.

by Nailah Herbert
Unemployment Claims Reach Their Lowest Point Since 1969

The Department of Labor released a report showing that the adjusted number of people applying for unemployment claims is decreasing. The number of people who applied for unemployment benefits was 194,000, making it the lowest number since 1969.

by Matin Varshochi
Millions Left With No Source of Income After Federal Unemployment Insurance Benefits Expire

The Biden Administration recently let the federal COVID assistance programs expire, leaving seven (7) million Americans without a source of income. Here’s what happened and how it has affected the people involved.

by Viviana Vazquez
Hiring Struggles Force Employers to Pay Higher Wages

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
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
Are COVID-19 Unemployment Benefits 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
$600 Stimulus Checks - Eligibility, Impact on Taxes, and Other Details

On December 27, 2020, President Donald Trump signed the $900 billion coronavirus relief bill that included $600 checks to millions of Americans struggling financially amidst the ongoing pandemic.

by CapWay
5 Tips for Making Ends Meet When You’ve Lost Your Job

Everyone experiences career setbacks from time to time, and while it may seem like the end of the world right now, you will get through this! All you need is a good plan. Here are some financial tips to help you make ends meet and get back on your feet.

by Gwen Payne
Managing Credit Card Debt on a Tight Budget

Over half of Americans live paycheck-to-paycheck, and additional financial stress has been added since the worldwide spread of the coronavirus. More than 40 million Americans are unemployed and having to file for unemployment benefits.

by CapWay
Unemployment Benefits Under the CARES Act Explained (PART II)

The CARES Act provides financial support to those who have been laid off due to the coronavirus outbreak. The CARES Act includes three different unemployment compensations strategies which are the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation, the Pandemic Unemployment Compensation, and the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance.

by Nailah Herbert
Unemployment Benefits Under the CARES Act Explained (PART I)

Since the coronavirus outbreak, there have been a total of 26 million Americans who have filed for unemployment.

by Nailah Herbert

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