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COVID-19: $600 Stimulus Checks - Eligibility, Status, Impact on Taxes, and More.

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
Top 4 Ways Families Can Ditch the COVID-Induced Financial Stress

Times are challenging for everyone, and no matter your occupation, you are no doubt feeling financial strain thanks to COVID-19. It’s possible that the pandemic has not been kind to our checkbooks, our mental health, or our relationships.

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)

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
Check Your Credit Report for Free Every Week for One Year. Here’s How.

The three major credit bureaus Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion, are now offering free credit report checks every week until April 2021.

by Nailah Herbert
$60B of the Additional $310B PPP Loan Set-Aside for Rural & Minority Groups. Here is a Breakdown of Documents Needed to be Prepared to File

Sixty ($60) billion has been set aside for Community Banks and Smaller Credit Unions with the goal of funneling more money to small, rural, and minority-owned businesses.

by CapWay
What Does Payment Relief During COVID-19 Really Mean? (Part II)

by Jala Eaton
What is the Coronavirus Stimulus Package, and When Should You Receive Your Payment?

by Nailah Herbert
Temporary Federal Student Loan Relief | Part III

On March 13, 2020, the president announced that interest would be waived on all federally held student loans.

by Cynthia Walker
Looking for a Job? These U.S. Companies are Currently Hiring During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Many people are being laid off due to companies being uncertain of the economic crisis due to Covid-19 pandemic. In fact, some experts have even predicted that unemployment will reach 20 percent. These U.S. companies are currently hiring.

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