Updated September 1, 2020
We understand that these are concerning times for consumers. As communities continue to require the closure of businesses, schools and other public facilities or events, jobs are being put at risk every day. While these drastic actions are important to help reduce exposure and illness, it also comes with a great deal of financial uncertainty for consumers who are experiencing a loss of income.
If you are concerned about the impact on your finances from facing the COVID-19 pandemic, we have gathered a list of helpful resources to aid you in protecting your finances. We will continue to update these resources in the days and weeks to come.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act was signed into law as of March 18, 2020. Provisions within the bill that directly benefits workers include:
The three major credit bureaus are now offering free weekly online credit reports from now until April 2021. You can get a free credit report every single week from TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian. To get your free credit reports, visit annualcreditreport.com
If you are facing a financial setback, it’s important to know that you aren’t alone and that there is hope for recovery. Coming back from a financial crisis can be more achievable when you’re aware of your options to turn for help.
If you are are looking for a financial solution, CESI is here to help. Our counselors are available to assist if you are experiencing job loss, temporary loss of income or financial hardship during this time. Contact us today for a free financial assessment with one of our certified credit counselors.
Consumer Education Services, Inc. empowers people to overcome their financial challenges and lead financially-healthy lives.
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