Yes, the IRS is cutting you a break during this pandemic, but if you’re not careful, you can still lose money.
Hope Dean is a senior studying journalism at the University of Florida. She works as the enterprise editor at the Independent Florida Alligator and previously worked at the Florida Atlantic University student-run newspaper the University Press as the news, features and managing editor.
Some are speaking up. Some don’t want to. None feel they should have to. But all agree that racial inequality isn’t just a moral problem. It’s a financial problem, too.
Congress is debating how Americans could get more financial relief.
It could be as simple as user error. But some Americans have been scammed.
The owners created pandemic-themed products that boosted their bottom line.
Non-perishables and video games are skyrocketing.
A surge in unemployment forced many to rely on plastic to make ends meet.
Experts say it’s one of the biggest government efforts – but may not help much.
Americans felt confident in their finances – but not anymore.
Only one of the top five is a Democratic-leaning state.