Hello everyone and welcome along to the latest edition of our MARCA In English American Finances Updates live blog, this Sunday, August 14.
It may be the weekend, but we continue to use this space to share with you the details of useful benefits schemes from across the USA.
Even though the US government isn’t giving out stimulus checks at the federal level any more, several states are running programs for their citizens.
For example, there are direct payments of up to $200 in Indiana or a homeowner rebate of up to $850 in Illinois.
We’ll discuss those and also share money-saving tips that can help you deal with the very high gas prices and energy bills.
So, at this halfway point in August, follow along with us in this live blog, with the updates following below and with the most recent entries coming nearest the top.
American Finances Updates, Sunday, August 14: The latest money-saving tips and benefits news
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This MARCA In English financial news blog is updated every day with the latest information about the benefits programs worth knowing about in the USA.
As mentioned above, this includes stimulus checks, which currently depend on your state government’s policies and attitudes, which will be based on a number of factors.
We’ll also have some more general money-saving tips worth knowing about in this blog, especially at this time of super high inflation.
We focus on high gas prices as well, explaining how you can reduce your gas usage and how to save money when you visit the gas station.
Even though gas prices have been dropping throughout July and August, it still makes sense to shop around and reduce gas costs.
So, follow along with us on our American financial news blog this Sunday to ensure you’re aware of all the benefits schemes you might be eligible for.