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The 10 U.S. Cities With the Highest Percentages of People Receiving Stimulus Checks

SmartAsset looked at Census Bureau data for information on residents of the top 200 largest cities in America to determine which cities have the highest percentages of people benefiting from the stimulus bill. See the details.
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Did Your Credit Limit Get Cut? Here Is What You Can Do

As the current economic crisis continues to worsen, major U.S. credit card issuers are starting to lower consumer credit limits. Did your credit limit get cut? Here is what you can do if this happens.
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Why Second Wave of Stimulus Checks Might Take Up to 5 Months to Arrive

Over 80 million Americans received their $1,200 stimulus checks as part of the first wave that was sent out via direct deposit, but those waiting for paper checks could wait up to 5 months. Read more now.
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When Will Stimulus Checks Be Mailed?

While millions of coronavirus relief payments have already gone out, many are wondering if and when they can expect their physical checks in the post. Find out who qualifies for paper checks and when these payments will be sent in the mail.
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Americans Can't Call the IRS About Their Stimulus Checks — Here Are Steps to Track Your Status

As many Americans receive their stimulus checks, some may still have unanswered questions. Taxpayers are now wondering why you can’t call the IRS about your stimulus check.
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Why Your Second Stimulus Checks Could Reach You Much Quicker

The first-round of stimulus checks saw many issues and glitches, but if a second wave of stimulus checks gets approved via the Automatic BOOST to Communities Act, Americans will get something called ‘digital dollars.’ Found out more.
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Private Lenders to Suspend Student Loan Payments During COVID-19 Pandemic

The United States Public Interest Research Group announced that a newly announced agreement will protect the finances of millions of Americans who owe money on student loans.
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Do You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Stimulus Check?

Coronavirus stimulus payments have already begun showing up in bank accounts, and more Americans will be seeing them soon. Do you have to pay taxes on your stimulus checks?
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Federal CARES Act Gives Homeowners Options to Defer Mortgage Payments

Many homeowners who are struggling to make ends meet during the COVID-19 pandemic may be able to defer mortgage payments for up to 12 months - with no penalty.
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Scams Aimed at Stealing Your Stimulus Check

Experts are warning of multiple scams targeting Americans as individuals throughout the country continue to receive their coronavirus stimulus checks.
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