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Direct payments of $1200 to individuals and $2400 to couples and an additional $500 for every child.
Get $600 added in benefits for up to four months, over and above the existing allowable benefit under unemployment insurance.
Federally guaranteed loans to small businesses to cover salary, wages and benefits at 250% of a employers payroll with a maximum of $10 million.
Recovery rebates for individuals, exception to the 10% early withdrawal penalty from retirement accounts, partial above-the-line deduction for charitable contributions.
Employee retention credit for employers subject to closure due to COVID-19, delay of payment of employer payroll taxes, modifications for net operating losses, modification of limitation on business interest and more.
When a consumer affected by COVID-19 requests and receives flexibility with their payment obligations from a creditor, the creditor is required to report to credit bureaus that the consumer is in compliance with their payment obligations.
Suspend federal student loan payments through Sept 30 with no accrual of interest on those loans.
$500 billion in government lending and loan guarantees to big corporations reeling under the crisis. Additional $350 million allocated for small businesses.
insurers to cover and reimburse providers of diagnostic testing relating to COVID-19 at rates set prior to the crisis.
The NFCC has put together these resources to help you manage your finances as we navigate these uncertain times, together