Coronavirus stimulus checks are on the way. Are you still waiting for yours to arrive in your bank account or in your mailbox?
It doesn’t matter whether you work or not. Chances are you will get paid, if your adjusted gross income falls within a certain range.
Because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, a large number of people across the U.S. qualify for coronavirus stimulus checks.
Click calculator to find out how much cash you could possibly get.
The coronavirus has caused a tremendous number of people around the world to lose their businesses and their jobs, including millions in the U.S. who have filed unemployment claims.
FIVE THINGS YOU CAN DO RIGHT NOW TO START GETTING BACK ON FINANCIAL TRACK
1.Set a budget and keep track of your spending. Experts say that is a great way to start getting back on financial track.
2. Work with a certified credit counselor who offers free resources designed with you in mind.
3. Ask your credit card holder(s) to reduce your interest rate, but do your homework before you contact them.
4. Figure out whether debt consolidation is a viable option for you.
5. Invest in yourself and make it a priority to save money for emergencies and retirement.
Trying to figure out how to bounce back and move forward after a devastating setback can be emotional, stressful and overwhelming, but you can do it.
You can reclaim your life and come out stronger and better than you were before. Remember while moving forward, work with reliable, reputable non-profits and agencies that offer valuable resources, including mental health support to help you thrive and succeed.