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Your Stimulus Check FAQ

Your Stimulus Check FAQThe Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES) provides needed assistance to businesses, expansions to unemployment insurance, and direct relief checks to many Americans. COVID-19: December 2020 relief for distribution in January 2021 Check Your Status: You can check in on the status of your stimulus check and read the Internal Revenue Service’s FAQ here: https://www.irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment Need …

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‘Check’ It Out

‘Check’ It Out Checking accounts can often come with pesky fees, which are designed to catch you off guard and cost you money.  But to pay your rent, cover your credit card, cable, or utility bills, and repay your student loans, you almost certainly need a checking account. Do you currently have one? Look through your account’s transaction history and …

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Looking at Budgeting

. Your budget is your blueprint for keeping cash flow positive, and for sticking to your saving goals. Whether you’re single, supporting others, and/or have a partner, it’s essential to have one overall household budget. That big picture is indispensable for having a good sense, based on actual numbers, of where your household stands financially, and how you plan to …

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Emergency Funds

Even if you have a great handle on your finances, unexpected challenges can come along that threaten your financial stability – losing a job, dealing with an injury or illness, or having to help a family member who is in need. If you’re not collecting a paycheck, or if you have large, out-of-the-ordinary costs to cover, that can throw your …