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COVID-19 support programs worth up to $80,000 as a stimulus payment


The pandemic has been going on for about two years, and several programs have been set up to provide financial assistance.

Child Tax Credit payments and stimulus checks are two programs that have subsequently been terminated.

Programs to assist those who have been impacted are still accessible.

Here are five programs that are still assisting with stimulus payments or money savings.

Pause in student loan payments

For a long time, student loan payments have been suspended.

They were supposed to start again on February 1, 2022, but that date has since been modified.

It was declared on Dec. 22, 2021, that repayments would resume on May 1, 2022.

There is a temporary suspension of loan payments, 0% interest, and stopped collections on defaulted loans while the program is paused.

$1,100 stimulus check: Final day of the $1,100 stimulus payouts.

SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) advantages

Some states have opted to provide emergency food handouts to residents of their states.

Families will receive an extra $95 per month as a result of the extended benefits.

The Biden administration permanently increased food handouts in October.

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The following states are providing extra food stamps during the pandemic in January:

Illinois \sIowa
New Jersey
North Carolina
Rhode Island
South Carolina
West Virginia, Washington

Universal Basic Income (UBI): Applications for $600 are now being accepted.

Assistance with a rental

In some states, the rental aid program is still active.

Families will be able to receive up to 18 months of rent and utility expenses as a result of this program.

All you have to do is show that the pandemic has created financial hardship.

Keep in mind that not all states accept applications.

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HAF is a non-profit organization dedicated to (homeowners assistance fund)

Each state received at least $50 million from the Homeowner Assistance Fund to help with items like mortgages and utilities.

California has only lately begun to accept applications.

This initiative will provide up to 40,000 homes with up to $80,000 in assistance.

The sum is $30,000 in Maryland.

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Surprise $5,200 in stimulus payments will be distributed among thousands of people.

EBB stands for Emergency Broadband Benefits.

This program is still open in 2022, but only to those who applied before the deadline of December 31, 2022.

By March 1, 2022, those who applied by the deadline will receive aid.

This service offers a monthly discount of up to $50.

People who live on tribal land may be eligible for up to $75 in compensation.


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