Financial aid from Trump on unemployment: when and how much will be paid in different states

Additional unemployment benefits of $ 300 and $ 400, sanctioned by President Trump, have already begun to be paid in a number of states. At the same time, many states continue to modify computer systems to begin processing extended benefits. This process has led many applicants to think about ...

Financial aid from Trump on unemployment: which states will pay extra $ 300 per week

Arizona, Louisiana, Missouri, Montana, Tennessee and Texas are the only states that have begun paying additional unemployment benefits initiated by US President Donald Trump, writes Fox Business. More than three weeks after Trump signed an executive order for partial restoration ...

Many US parents do not know they are eligible for benefits while their children are at home

Return-to-school season looks very different this year as school districts across the country enter a new world of distance learning, social distancing class attendance, or a combination of the two, CNBC writes. According to a survey by Care.com ...

'There is no money in the piggy bank': will the states be able to fulfill Trump's decree on unemployment assistance

Governors and state labor department officials are trying to determine whether they can comply with President Donald Trump's order to partially fund federal unemployment benefits for millions of Americans, writes CBS News. Trump Executive Order Allocates $ 44 Billion From FEMA's Federal Fund to ...

Millions of parents in the US cannot return to work due to closed schools and kindergartens

The U.S. economy is facing another hurdle to recover from the coronavirus-related financial crisis: the lack of a working childcare system that allows parents to return to work, writes Fox Business. Experts generally agree that the opening of schools in the fall could ...

How to get additional unemployment benefits after the end of standard payments

Federal law provides for additional unemployment benefits during the coronavirus pandemic, but you may have to re-apply to receive them, writes CNBC. The CARES federal coronavirus law passed in March provides for up to 13 additional weeks of unemployment benefits ...

The number of unemployed in the United States fell for the first time in 2 months, but it’s far away from the crisis

The number of applications for unemployment benefits totaled 1,48 million last week (June 15-21). This indicator remains high. But the total number of people currently receiving benefits fell below 20 million for the first time in 2 months ...

How to keep getting unemployment benefits if you are back at work

States are reopening and millions of people are back to work. In some cases, you can continue to receive unemployment benefits, which include both traditional state benefits and the $ 600 extended benefits funded by the federal government, writes CNBC. The US economy ...

What will replace the 'coronavirus' unemployment benefit: three financial assistance plans

The additional $ 600 that Americans receive in weekly unemployment benefits ends next month - MarketWatch offers to find out what lawmakers want to replace this money. Americans laid off from jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic received an additional $ 600 per week in benefits ...

In May, the number of jobs in the United States rose sharply: the most sought-after areas

In May 2020, more than 1,3 million workers returned to catering, the number of new jobs rose sharply and the unemployment rate fell, writes Fox News. The US economy added a staggering 2,5 million jobs in May and the unemployment rate fell ...

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