Managing your finances
If you are facing financial difficulties as a result of the pandemic, we have resources to protect and manage your finances.
What non-tax filers need to know about economic impact payments
Most people who qualify under the CARES Act should receive their payment automatically. But some may need to submit their information to the IRS to receive their Economic Impact Payment.
Resources to use to make financial decisions during the pandemic
You can take steps to help protect yourself or a loved one from the financial impact of the coronavirus. Find options for making payments and steps to take to protect yourself financially.
We’ve worked to break down the most common questions about the Economic Impact Payments, including how much you’re eligible to receive and when you can expect to receive it.
Other federal resources to help you protect your finances
Find out how to get emergency financial help from the government if you've been the victim of a disaster. This can include disaster unemployment assistance, special home loans for disaster victims, and disaster tax relief. Read what's included in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
Personal finance, consumer protection information, and steps for quicker financial relief.
Information on Economic Impact Payments, also referred to by some as stimulus payments, are automatic for most taxpayers.
Frequently asked questions for bank customers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and information on scams where imposters are pretending to be FDIC representatives to commit fraud.
Frequently asked questions on bank services and accounts, bank closures or reductions in operating hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Frequently asked questions for federally insured credit unions and their members.