Apr 1, 2020
Managing Your Money During the Covid-19 Pandemic
By Stash Team
Resources for financial help during uncertain times.
As Covid-19 continues to disrupt the daily lives of people in the U.S. and around the world, we want to help keep you informed about recent events and your money.
While your health is the most important thing to keep in mind, you might also be concerned about the economy and your financial life. So we’ve put together resources for you about ways to find financial help, saving, budgeting, investing, and other topics to help you manage during uncertain times.
Please be sure to check back with us here as we update this page.
Find basic information about unemployment, rent and mortgage payments, student loan relief, and more.
Financial assistance is on the way for millions of Americans who have been affected by the Covid-19 crisis through work furloughs, layoffs, pay cuts, or illness.
These federal cash payments are meant to help people make ends meet during the COVD-19 outbreak.
The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program has created additional unemployment resources.
Consider a bare-minimum budget, and use credit sparingly.
Call your credit card company, file for unemployment, consider refinancing, and redirect retirement savings, among other things.
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