The U.S. job market would recover to its pre-pandemic levels by fall of 2022 if President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion ‘rescue plan’ is implemented.
President Joe Biden is expected to request an extension of the federal eviction moratorium through March.
Over 11.6 million people would be lifted out of poverty in 2021 if Biden’s plan is implemented, according to an analysis by Columbia’s Center on Poverty and Social Policy.
Part of Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus stimulus plan includes measures to confront the growing hunger crisis in the U.S.
Biden’s plan would include several actions addressing health care access and affordability as the country continues dealing with the pandemic.
The new $1.9 trillion ‘rescue plan’ introduced by President-elect Joe Biden includes an additional $1,400 in direct payment to Americans. Here's who gets one.
President-elect Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion “rescue plan” released on Thursday calls for three key tax improvements for 2021 that would help Americans across the income spectrum.
The 2020 tax filing season is delayed until February 12, so the Internal Revenue Service can do additional programming and testing following the December tax law changes.
President-Elect Joe Biden unveiled a $1.9 trillion stimulus package that includes direct payments to Americans, a $15 minimum wage, aid to small businesses, and a national vaccination program, among many other provisions.
Those hurt financially by COVID-19 are paying checking account fees that are four times higher than unaffected households, a new Bankrate survey found