Coronavirus: Your Money & More

Coronavirus: Public Utilities Commission Of Texas Approves Order To Temporarily Suspend Utility ShutoffsThousands of residential customers unable to pay their utility bills can expect some short-term relief.
Coronavirus Relief Package: How Much Money Will You Get, And When?The $2 trillion stimulus bill includes payments for most Americans. Here's how to figure out how much you'll receive.
Free Online Activities During The Coronavirus ShutdownMany organizations across North Texas are providing free online enrichment activities that are suitable for all ages. 
Coronavirus: How Can You Help?Thousands of North Texans have been negatively impacted by the Coronavirus pandemic, and need help. There are several organizations that are providing that help during this time of need, and they are looking for donations or volunteers to meet urgent needs.
Pet Assistance During Coronavirus PandemicPeople are the only ones who might need assistance during this difficult time, our furry friends could also be in need.
Financial Experts: No Rash Decisions With 401k During Coronavirus Uncertainty“For most people, the best course of action is sit tight, double buckle the seat belt, keep adding money while stocks are lowering and keep accumulating more shares.”
Coronavirus: Pausing Your Student LoansThe U.S. Department of Education granted a payment waiver for at least 60 days to many people during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus: Food AssistanceSchool districts across North Texas have closed stemming from the COVID-19 outbreak. If you are in need of assistance for meals in the upcoming weeks please look into these resources.
Health And Mental Health Resources During Caronavirus ShutdownOur community is working towards "flattening the curve" and minimize the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, but many North Texans will still need health and mental health resources during this time. 
Internet And Phone Service Providers Offering Free Services During Coronavirus ShutdownWith school shutdown, many students are left without internet access. Many companies have stepped up to help. 
Filing An Unemployment Claim Due To CoronavirusTo file for unemployment, Texans can call 1-800-939-6631 Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. or visit ui.texasworkforce.org any time.
Mortgage Help During Coronavirus PandemicBoth Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have assistance programs to help borrowers from direct and indirect impacts of the coronavirus outbreak.
Coronavirus: Abusive Relationship AssistanceSocial distancing and staying inside may be the best way to stay safe from the Coronavirus, but it's not the best way to stay safe for many survivors and victims of domestic violence. 
Texans Having Difficulty Filing Claims As Unemployment Numbers SpikeUnemployment claims are mounting as thousands of Texans find themselves jobless.
Child Support Under Coronavirus OutbreakThe Coronavirus outbreak has left many with questions regarding ongoing family law issues and what can be done about them. Courts and the Attorney General's office closing have left many with questions.
Home Refinancing Applications Spike As Interest Rates Fluctuate During PandemicIn response to concerns over COVID-19, the Federal Reserve recently cut its benchmark interest rate to near zero.
Coronavirus: Out Of Work? These Places Are HiringWhile the spread of COVID-19 forces many businesses to close their doors, turning away customers and employees, some companies are hiring to keep up with demand during the outbreak.