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Coronavirus: When Will the United States Job Market Recover?

The coronavirus pandemic continues to wreak havoc on jobs across the country. Many across the United States may be wondering when the country’s job market will recover.
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Do Families of Deceased COVID-19 Victims Have to Give Back Stimulus Checks?

People across the United States have received federal stimulus checks, but do the families of deceased coronavirus victims have to give back their payments?
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Delay Social Security Benefits for a $5,000 Stimulus Check? Learn About the New Proposal

Would you delay your Social Security benefits for $5,000 now? A proposal that is reportedly being considered by White House officials would let Americans sign up to receive voluntary stimulus checks in exchange for delaying their retirement benefits.
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When Will Coronavirus Unemployment Benefits End?

Enhanced unemployment benefits part of the federal government’s $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief bill will likely end after July. The payments are the most generous in the history of the unemployment insurance program, according to experts.
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Tips for Married Couples Feeling the Financial Effects of COVID-19

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to devastate the nation, married couples could be facing a challenging time. An expert weighs in on tips for married couples feeling the financial effects of COVID-19.
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Will You Still Get Unemployment Benefits If State Funds Run Out Amid Coronavirus?

With unemployment the worst since it’s been since the Great Depression, many who lost their jobs are relying on unemployment insurance, but understandably, state’s are struggling to keep up. What happens when their trust funds run out? Find out.
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What You Need to Know About the Newly Proposed $2,000 Stimulus Check

Senate Democrats have proposed a new stimulus check through the Monthly Economic Crisis Support Act. The proposal would provide $2,000 on a monthly basis to eligible Americans, find out more information about the plan here.
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Stimulus Money to Come Later Than Projected for Millions of Americans

Millions of citizens still waiting for their stimulus checks will have to hold out a little while longer. The IRS gave an update as to when these individuals can expect to receive the Economic Impact Payments.
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Furlough vs. Layoff: Are You Eligible for Benefits and Unemployment?

In light of the coronavirus pandemic, businesses have been shuttering and companies have been forced to furlough or lay off millions of employees to stay afloat. If you have been affected, find out what benefits you’re eligible for.
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Should You Use Your Stimulus Check to Pay Off Credit Card Debt?

The first wave of stimulus payments went out mid-April to help ease the financial burden for Americans affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Should you use your stimulus check to pay off credit card debt?
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