Former North Texas Resident Sinoj Joseph Indicted For COVID-19 Relief FraudThe Department of Justice in Texas announced Friday that a former Collin County resident is facing federal charges for his alleged involvement in a COVID-19 scheme.
CARES Act Included Tax Code Change That Could Help Millions With Student Loan DebtFinancially, it’s been a hard year for a lot of North Texans. Now, there are changes to the tax code that could put extra money in your pocket – as long as you know about them.
Texas Man Samuel Yates Charged With $5 Million COVID-Relief FraudSamuel Yates allegedly sought millions of dollars in forgivable loans guaranteed by the SBA from two different banks.
Stimulus Checks For $600 Added To COVID-19 Relief Deal As Deadline Nears With the deadline quickly approaching, relief for struggling North Texans appears to finally be in sight.
Second $1,200 Stimulus Check Still Possible This Year, But Chances Are FadingPresident Trump ha said he wants to see direct payments to Americans. The White House proposed a $600 payment in its COVID-19 relief plan.
'Very Hard Times': Dallas Renters Facing Eviction Seek Financial Help At Drive-Thru EventHarmony CDC has received funding from the CARES Act and has the capability of helping Dallas renters by covering up to two months of rent.
Texas Reports Most Coronavirus Hospitalizations In Nearly 2 MonthsState health officials reported 4,319 COVID-19 patients in Texas hospitals for treatment Monday, the most since 4,422 patients were hospitalized on August 28.
IRS Extends $1200 Stimulus Check Deadline Again, Non-Filers Now Have Until November 21The Internal Revenue Service has extended the deadline to request a federal stimulus check.
Still No $1,200 Stimulus Payment? IRS Sets October 15 DeadlineMore than 9,000,000 Americans have still not received a federal stimulus check more than five months after the IRS began sending out the $1,200 payments.
Approved For COVID-19 Rent Assistance, Some Tenants Still May Not Get Financial Help"For landlords to turn away help that tenants have gone through a lot of hoops to try and provide to meet their obligations is really hard to understand.”
Hundreds Of Collin County Small Businesses Impacted By Pandemic Apply For Newly Available GrantsThe Collin CARES Small Business Grant Program provides up to $25,000 for eligible companies where gross revenue losses were more than 15%, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
East Texas Couple Indicted For ID Theft In Connection With CARES Act PaymentsAccording to the indictment, the couple conspired to use other people's identities, including names, Social Security numbers and dates of birth, in connection with the theft of Economic Impact Payments.
Irving Says Help On The Way To Small Businesses Hurt By Pandemic, Providing Up To $50K In Forgivable LoansThe businesses must be physically located and operating within the city. Pre-applications will be accepted from August 24 to September 6.
Unemployed Texans Still Waiting On State To Apply For Additional $300 BenefitSo far, Gov. Greg Abbott has not said whether Texas will do this.
Fort Worth To Provide Permanent Housing For Coronavirus-Vulnerable Homeless PeopleThe new units will provide housing for high-risk COVID-19-vulnerable and disabled people experiencing chronic homelessness.