Coronavirus In Texas: Public Utility Commission Moves Up Deadline On Certain ShutoffsDarkness could come sooner than expected for some Texans.
Airlines Get 'Enforcement Notice' From Feds Regarding Obligations To Customers During Coronavirus PandemicEven if passengers are owed a refund, they must still contact the airline directly, according to Rick Seaney, the CEO of Farecompare.
Coronavirus In Texas: State Waives Certain Rules For Vehicle Registration, TitlesThe changes allow drivers to avoid penalties for failing to "timely title or register a vehicle, or renew a parking placard."
With Fewer Drivers On Road, Some Auto Insurers To Offer Refunds To CustomersAs millions of Americans remain under stay-at-home orders, several auto insurance companies have vowed to issue refunds to customers.
Scammers Using Text Messages About Stimulus Checks To Try To Get Your Personal InformationIn a classic case of phishing, these texts usually contain links to unsecure websites.
Texas Renters Cannot Be Evicted At Least Until April 19, State Supreme Court SaysSome counties in North Texas have already postponed eviction hearings beyond the April 19 deadline.
Fake Work-From-Home Jobs On Rise As Unemployment Soars: 'I'd Really Like Someone To Catch Them'Crooks are capitalizing on the coronavirus, luring job seekers with phony listings on social media or sites like Craigslist.
150K Texans File For Unemployment In Past WeekThe Texas Workforce Commission is expanding its system so more staffers can take calls from home.
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.”
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.
Utilities, Phone Companies Working With Customers Struggling To Pay Bills During PandemicDespite all the changes COVID-19 brings to daily life, one aspect will not change: paying bills.
As COVID-19 Outbreak Persists, Hourly Workers Face Growing ChallengeLower sales could mean fewer shifts. Meanwhile, employees who cannot come to work risk losing pay.
Fort Worth Woman Discovers Her Work-From-Home Gig Is Possible Illegal Reshipping OperationIt started out as the perfect work-from-home job. But when things didn't add up, a Fort Worth woman called The Ones For Justice.
The Ones For Justice Checks Out App Touted As 'World's First Robot Lawyer'The DoNotPay app vows to fight parking tickets, recover foreign transaction fees, sue companies and even take on robocallers.
Texas-Based 'Survivalist' Store Sees Coronavirus-Driven Sales Spike: 'People Are Calling Us Day And Night'An Austin-based company says it is struggling to keep up with consumer demand as they fulfill orders from around the country.