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, ...

An additional $ 600 to unemployment benefits can be obtained retroactively: procedure

The weekly $ 600 increase in unemployment benefits expires on July 31, but you can get these funds retroactively, writes The Penny Hoarder. The Department of Labor confirmed that the $ 600 per week supplement, known as Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation, or FPUC, ...

An additional $ 600 to unemployment benefits may be canceled earlier than expected

For tens of millions of Americans receiving unemployment benefits, the $ 600 additional benefit will end earlier than expected. Writes about this CNBC. The $ 600 weekly payout from the Federal Unemployment Compensation Program was introduced by Congress as part of the CARES Act passed ...

Unemployment benefits and coronavirus financial assistance: how they are taxed

USA Today offers financial experts' answers to the biggest questions about cash support during the COVID-19 pandemic, from federal aid to unemployment benefits. What taxes do you need to pay on $ 600 unemployment benefits? There are several ways to pay taxes from ...

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 ...

US residents receive extra unemployment benefits: what it threatens and how to return the money

USA Today correspondent Jessica Menton understood why some Americans receive too large amounts of unemployment benefits, while others do not see money at all, and talked about her own experience of returning excess payments. Further - from the first person. In April, I was temporarily ...

Coronavirus unemployment benefits will no longer be paid: what's next

Supplementary unemployment benefits in the amount of $ 600 per week will stop being paid at the end of July. Democrats want to extend payments next year, but Republicans appear to be strongly blocking such an extension. But legislators on both sides of the political spectrum have different ideas, such ...

Full-time work does not guarantee benefits: why not everyone can count on unemployment assistance

Before the pandemic, millions of U.S. workers made their living primarily by tipping at restaurants, bars, cafes, beauty salons, massage parlors, and a host of other service-oriented businesses. Now, some of those who lost their jobs during isolation ...

Unemployment benefits: how do green card holders and other immigrants apply

This is happening to millions of Americans. And immigrants are no different. The COVID-19 outbreak and isolation orders have brought the economy to a standstill and left many people unemployed. Moreover, many immigrants wonder if it is safe to apply for unemployment benefits. ...

US unemployment benefit: in what states how much do they pay

The amount you can get in the form of unemployment benefits depends a lot on where you live, writes Money Talks News. After the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, millions of Americans quickly moved from receiving salaries to applying for benefits ...

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