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Stimulus Checks Prevented Over 12 Million Americans From Poverty: Study

Coronavirus relief in the form of a stimulus package passed by Congress in March saved around 12.5 million Americans from sinking below the poverty line, a new study says.
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Economist Predicts U.S. Recovery Is Unlikely Before 2022

The impacts of the coronavirus pandemic could be felt for some time in the United States, according to an economist who has been recognized for his accurate predictions in the past.
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Walmart Will Launch Amazon Prime Competitor This Month: Report

Walmart is gearing up to launch Walmart+, a competitor to Amazon Prime, later this month, according to Vox’s Recode, citing multiple sources.
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How to Keep Saving Money Once the Coronavirus Pandemic Ends

The COVID-19 virus has rapidly spread throughout the world while financially devastating almost 45 million unemployed Americans. Did you save your money during the pandemic?
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Woman Used Her Stimulus Check to Make 400 Lasagnas for Her Neighbors

Many people have used their stimulus checks for paying bills and living costs, but one woman in Washington is doing something unique. She used her check to make lasagna.
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Lawmakers Unveil Plan to Extend $600 Weekly Unemployment Benefits

With enhanced unemployment benefits set to expire on July 31, Senate Democrats have unveiled a new plan to extend the payments for millions of Americans.
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Are Stimulus Checks Causing Tax Refunds to Be Delayed?

Are you still waiting on your tax refund? You’re not the only one. Many Americans have expressed frustration after waiting months for a tax refund instead of the usual 21 days. Find out what the IRS said about the delays.
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5 Forms of Financial Help You May Qualify for During Coronavirus

While many people are aware of the stimulus checks from the CARES Act which are still being issued this month, there are other ways to access financial help during COVID-19. These are some of the options that might still be available to you.
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People Are Throwing Away Stimulus Debit Cards Thinking It's Junk Mail

Earlier this month, the Treasury Department reported that it would begin issuing some stimulus checks via prepaid debit cards in the mail. If you have junk mail, don’t throw it away because it may be your stimulus check on a debit card.
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Man Becomes Homeless While Waiting for COVID-19 Unemployment Claim

A delay in receiving unemployment benefits led to a Nevada man being forced to live on the streets. The Las Vegas resident was approved to begin getting Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), but weeks went by without receiving any money.
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