for payroll employees who have lost work during COVID-19
This article describes how to apply for regular unemployment benefits and the related COVID-era extensions. If you lost work as a regular full-time (or nearly full-time) payroll employee, this article is for you.
how businesses navigate unemployment benefits for their workers
This article takes a look at unemployment insurance and the programs to help employers weather the financial impacts of COVID. If you are the owner or manager of a business with employees, then this article is for you.
Maintaining your personal financial sustainability during this time depends on your situation. You may use savings, suspend rent, apply for unemployment, take out loans, utilize mutual funds, or other.
This article provides an overview of funding for individual artists and workers, and is supplemented by the dynamic resource directory on this site, where you can find many more listings for funding programs and other resources.
Required quarantine and cant work? Sudden closure of school? How do you float things for the potential weeks away from work? One option is to use your sick leave benefits through your employer, as required by law.
As a part of our series on relief funding and support, this article will look at the background, eligibility, application materials, allowable use of funds and online resources for the Shuttered Venue Operator Grants program at the SBA.
The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan for COVID relief includes provisions for new stimulus checks, extended Unemployment benefits, child tax credits, COBRA health insurance coverage, relief to state and local governments, vaccine and testing funds, SBA loan program expansions, youth and education funds, support for arts and culture, and rent assistance.
Everyone has been affected negatively by COVID, so don’t be afraid to ask for help. Between eviction moratoriums and rent, utilities and other assistance programs, there is available around your housing needs.
Nothing is more concerning than losing access to food and simple household supplies. If you or someone you know is experiencing food insecurity, please do not suffer in silence. Look to these resources for help.