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6 ways to lower your monthly student loan payment

There are multiple ways to lower your student loan payments so you don't need to choose between paying your rent and bills and potentially defaulting.
To qualify, you must be laid off through no fault of your own.

Do I qualify for unemployment? How to apply for benefits if you’ve lost work due to the coronavirus outbreak

To qualify for unemployment, you must be laid off through no fault of your own. This will be true for most workers affected by COVID-19.
You don't need to apply or sign up for anything to get a stimulus check.

How to get a stimulus check from the US government, which could pay up to $1,200 if you qualify

You do not have to sign up or apply to get a stimulus check during the coronavirus pandemic. The process is automatic for any American who qualifies.

How to apply for an income-driven repayment plan if your student loans are crushing you

If you've lost some or all of your income recently, you may be eligible for a reduced monthly payment using an income-driven repayment plan.
You can donate up to $300 in cash to charity this year and claim a tax deduction.

As coronavirus spreads, the $2 trillion economic relief bill makes donating to charity more convenient than ever

Beginning with 2020 tax returns, taxpayers will be able to claim up to $300 in cash contributions to charity as a deduction without itemizing.

If you have a Bank of America card and you’ve been financially impacted by the coronavirus, you can now request a payment deferral online

You can submit a request to defer your personal and business Bank of America credit card payments online.

If you’ve been financially impacted by the coronavirus, you may be able to pause payments on these 8 bills

Is the coronavirus negatively impacting your finances? You may be able to pause up to eight bill payments until you get back on your feet.

Why refinancing your mortgage or student loan might not actually save you money right now

Even though the Fed slashed interest rates to near zero, lenders are worried no one will be able to pay back their loans.

American Express is waiving late fees and lowering interest rates for cardholders impacted by the coronavirus

If you have an Amex card and have been financially impacted by the coronavirus, the issuer could waive late fees, lower your interest rates, and more.
A robo-adviser can help you stay the course during uncertain times.

3 reasons why investing with a robo-adviser could help your money survive the market’s darkest days

In times of immense market volatility like we're seeing now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, robo-advisers help investors stay the course.