Employees of Gravity Payments who collectively volunteered to take pay cuts during the coronavirus pandemic to avoid layoffs are now getting paid back what they sacrificed.
Women, especially middle-aged ones, have been hit the hardest by the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey from Harris Poll and Yahoo Finance.
“We’re going to seriously consider whether we need to do more direct payments,” Mnuchin said at a White House press conference on Thursday. “Worked very well.”
President Donald Trump on Wednesday expressed his support for more stimulus — potentially including a second round of checks and monetary incentives for Americans to return to work.
FICO introduced a new Resilience Index that measures your financial resilience during a recession that could help — or hurt — your chances of getting approved for new credit.
Nearly five million paper tax returns are sitting in mail facilities and it’s unclear when all the returns can be processed, according to the National Taxpayer Advocate.
Personal income fell by 4.2% in May, after a record increase in April of 10.5% that was largely because of the stimulus payments.
While more people will work remotely going forward — which many employees welcome — the increase probably won’t be as significant once the world returns to normal.
The poverty rate declined from 10.9% in January and February before the pandemic started to 8.3% in April and May when millions of jobs were lost, a new paper found.
More than 1 million dead Americans received a coronavirus stimulus payment totaling over $1.4 billion, according to a government watchdog.
If you didn't get the right amount for your stimulus payment, save the Notice 1444 that the Internal Revenue Service mailed you to claim the amount on your taxes next year.
The back-to-work bonus is getting attention from GOP lawmakers and the White House as they craft another stimulus package.
Almost 1 in 4 workers, or 38 million Americans, are at higher risk of severe illness from COVID-19 due to underlying conditions or age, according to a new report.
Fraudsters are increasingly targeting American workers’ unemployment insurance,lured by the generous benefits the federal government is doling out because of the pandemic.
Around 12 million Americans could miss out on stimulus payments unless they file a form through the IRS ‘Non-Filers’ tool by Oct. 15, according to a new report.
Recovering from coronavirus setbacks could take months, or even years, for some of the hardest-hit workers.Here are some of their stories.
The additional $600-per-week of unemployment benefits is set to expire at the end of July and questions about extending them are mounting.
The U.S. unemployment rate is still vastly higher than the jobless rates of other developed nations that have also endured coronavirus outbreaks and mass shutdowns of their economies.
More than 42 million jobless claims were filed in the U.S. in the last 11 weeks, with sectors like hospitality, leisure, and retail being hit the hardest. At the same time, some jobs have seen a surge in hiring since the start of the pandemic.
The majority of stimulus checks have now been distributed with over 159 million Americans receiving their payments, according to the Treasury.
Experts say a second round of stimulus checks isn't the best way to help the economy now, but differ on what stimulus should continue.
Democratic lawmakers are questioning the Treasury’s decision to use prepaid debit cards to distribute coronavirus stimulus payments.