The majority of Americans will start to see some financial relief in April through Economic Impact Payments (also referred to as stimulus payments) being issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). We’ve worked to break down the most common questions about these payments.
The CARES Act temporarily changes the rules for withdrawing from your retirement accounts. Learn more about how these changes might affect you and whether withdrawing from your retirement accounts makes sense for you.
If you’ve applied for unemployment benefits through your state, there are multiple ways you can receive your payments. Making an informed decision about these options can help you make the most of your money.
Si usted solicitó beneficios por desempleo a través del gobierno del estado donde reside, sepa que existen múltiples formas en las que usted puede recibir sus pagos. Tomar una decisión estando informado acerca de las mismas, le ayudará a aprovechar al máximo su dinero.
We have resources you can use to address issues related to debt collection during the coronavirus pandemic.
Even if you’re not sure of your college plans for this fall, it’s a good idea to fill out the FAFSA form as soon as possible.
A message from the Chair of the Taskforce on Federal Consumer Financial Law on the Taskforce report, public engagement, and a path forward.
As a result of the recently signed CARES Act, many Americans received some financial relief in April through payments issued by the IRS. You may receive a prepaid debit card from the government with your economic impact payments, learn how to access this money and use your card without paying a fee.
The CFPB and the FTC are sharing three ways you can protect yourself and others from government imposter scams.
This Military Appreciation Month we salute the service not only of active-duty servicemembers, activated National Guard and Reserve personnel, but also uniformed medical professionals from the U.S. Public Health Service called into action to fight COVID-19.