Trump signed new decrees on aid in connection with coronavirus: who and how much can get

Negotiations with Congress on federal aid in connection with the coronavirus stalled, and on Saturday, August 8, US President Donald Trump signed a series of decrees to temporarily ease the plight of Americans suffering from the economic fallout from the pandemic, writes USA Today. At the press conference ...

US authorities offer freelancers $ 1000 financial assistance: how to get money

If you are a freelancer or an independent contractor, you may be eligible for funds provided by the US government, writes Money Talks News. When times are tough, freelancers and independent contractors are usually left with nothing: the right to unemployment insurance is usually ...

Second round of 'coronavirus' financial assistance: what options are being considered in Congress

The Trump administration has previously stated that it does not intend to take additional measures to provide assistance, at least until July, writes Fox News. As the recently renewed surge in coronavirus cases threatens to undermine the US economic recovery after the worst recession since the Great Depression, ...

'Very generous' and soon: Trump spoke about the second wave of help in connection with the coronavirus

US President Donald Trump spoke to Joe St. George, national political editor and Washington-based correspondent for Scripps, and spoke about the prospects for another coronavirus relief package, Forbes writes. Saint George posed a direct question to the President if Trump was planning a second ...

The second wave of help in connection with coronavirus: what to do in order not to lose money

Like most US residents, you must be closely following the work on Capitol Hill related to possible legislation on a new round of aid in connection with the coronavirus, writes CNBC. If the law is passed, you will need to take specific actions to get paid. ...

$ 2400 per month extra: federal aid that many are unaware of

While many Americans are eagerly awaiting the next round of financial support, and the House of Representatives voted to pass the $ 3 trillion HEROES Act, there is a tendency to forget that the CARES Act provided many Americans with benefits of $ 2400 a month, writes Forbes. ...

Forgive loans and add financial assistance: the House of Representatives approved a $ 3 trillion anti-crisis package

Ram Emanuel, former Chicago mayor and White House chief of staff, Barack Obama, aptly said, "You will never let a serious crisis go to waste." He described a "major crisis" as "being able to do what you thought you could not do before," ...

Children of illegal immigrants with US citizenship sued, without financial assistance due to coronavirus

On May 5, US citizens whose parents are undocumented filed a federal class action lawsuit for being excluded from a $ 2 trillion coronavirus relief package, NPR writes. The lawsuit was filed in federal state court ...

Why you still have not received financial assistance in connection with coronavirus: 6 possible reasons

The federal government began paying coronavirus benefits to individuals and families a few weeks ago, but millions of US residents still haven't received checks or direct money orders, Fox News writes. Here are some possible explanations for why your money is all ...

Left without financial assistance: US citizens married to immigrants sued the government

The Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Foundation (MALDEF) is suing the federal government for denying coronavirus relief to US citizens married to immigrants without Social Security numbers, Bakersfield writes. The claim was filed ...

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