These celebrity-linked companies received up to millions of dollars in forgivable government loans pegged for struggling small businesses.
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Congress is debating how Americans could get more financial relief.
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The COVID-19 crisis has millions of people looking for a new line of work.
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The owners created pandemic-themed products that boosted their bottom line.
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The troubled economic terrain due to COVID-19 has shifted retirement goals for many.
Non-perishables and video games are skyrocketing.
A surge in unemployment forced many to rely on plastic to make ends meet.
College students cram on financial preparedness due to COVID-19.
Experts say it’s one of the biggest government efforts – but may not help much.
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Americans felt confident in their finances – but not anymore.
A quick inventory around your home could bring in hundreds of dollars to help pay bills.
Regardless of the amount of money raised, these people are getting creative in order to help people impacted by COVID-19.
Only one of the top five is a Democratic-leaning state.
Feeling uncertain about how to handle your money or investments during the coronavirus pandemic?
Find out how to get all the benefits you’re eligible for after losing a job or business income due to the coronavirus crisis.
Staying home means buying lots of groceries, but there are still plenty of ways to cut costs.
If severe symptoms occur, Americans can expect to pay an average of $20,000.
Now that your refrigerator is packed for self-quarantine, don’t let all that food go to waste.
The CARES Act has given business owners more options.
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For most, only for a few months. And more than half don’t even know how much they’ll receive.
Just because you’re home most of the time now doesn’t mean your utility bills must skyrocket.
Both federal and private companies are offering deferred payments.
You can put that stimulus check to good use with a spending or saving strategy.
There’s a lot of good news for federal student loans, and even some for private ones.
Due to coronavirus, it won’t hurt to know how this works.
You could receive more than $1,200 directly to your bank account.
Offers range from free internet to free opera.
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The IRS is offering some tax breaks during the pandemic.
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Many are deferring payments and even waiving monthly service fees. Find out about yours here.
There are safer ways to earn cash when old reliables like Uber and food delivery put you at risk.
Now that you’ve been schooled on what can happen when you don’t have emergency savings, here’s how to be better prepared next time.
From home repair to assistance with utilities, help is out there if you know where to look.
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