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SNAP
Food is needed for survival, but when you are going through financial problems, you may find that purchasing food is more difficult than usual. Many families across the United States choose to cover housing costs and other bills instead of buying food. Because of this, the federal government established a nutrition support program that offers...
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Rent can be exhausting for a lot of people to manage. According to Statista, the approximate rent per month for an apartment unit in the United States in February 2022 was $1,129. Some people cannot afford to pay that kind of money on rent, especially if they want their housing costs to be affordable. As...
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Affordable Housing
Keeping up with the increasing costs of living has been getting more difficult every day. If you’re already going through financial struggles, there’s a good chance that housing is taking up a considerable amount of your income. The problem is, whether you’re renting or buying a place, the inflation we mentioned earlier is causing house...
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Housing is getting more expensive every day and it’s not showing any signs of slowing down soon. Housing makes up for a large portion of people’s monthly spending in the U.S. The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) states that a household should spend no more than 30% of their income on their housing...
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With the cost of everything on the rise, supply-chain issues, and inflation at an all-time high, many Americans are finding themselves in a tough spot financially. What a lot of people don’t realize is that there are several long-standing government funded programs that offer support to those in need. Let this article serve as a...
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Could you be eligible for a $1,400 stimulus check in 2022? We explain everything that you need to know about this fourth round of stimulus payments. If the global health crisis has made it difficult to sustain yourself financially then you should be happy to know that there is a fourth stimulus payment available in...
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As of this summer a lot of COVID-19 protections ended. When the federal moratorium officially closed, it lended the question of a fourth stimulus payment and who may qualify to receive it. The IRS has issued more than 169 million payments in the third round of direct stimulus aid, with more than 2 million people...
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Sexual abuse allegations against well known, and trusted organizations are being brought to light by the hundreds and sometimes thousands of victims that are tired of suffering in silence. Sexual abuse is rarely an isolated incident. If you or a loved one has suffered at the hands of a sexual predator the chances are you...
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Helps Keep Utilities Connected for Low Income Families with Rising Energy Costs What is LIHEAP? These certainly are unprecedented times which means a lot of uncertainty for families who find themselves in the lower income brackets. The government is working overtime to support programs that are designed to help keep these families in functional homes....
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A new order was issued by the CDC on August 3, 2021 to halt evictions in counties where COVID-19 cases are climbing rapidly. If you already submitted a CDC Declaration and it still holds true you do not need to resubmit anything to your landlord. However, if you have not given notice to your landlord...
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