Advice on student loan repayment, child tax credit, social security benefits…

Hello everyone and welcome to this weekend edition of our American Finances Updates live blog, this Sunday, July 24.

Here we’ll bring you the tips and details you need to stay up-to-date when it comes to the benefit plans in place in the United States.

Although the federal government no longer gives stimulus checks at the national level, there are still states that are taking matters into their own hands and we will explain to you which ones.

Remember, as is always the case on these daily financial blogsthe most recent updates will be the entries closest to the top.

U.S. Finance Updates, Sunday, July 24: The Latest Money-Saving Tips and Benefits News

As is always the case with our MARCA In English financial news blogs, we’ll bring you the latest information on benefits programs you need to know in the United States. We even do it on weekends.

This includes stimulus checkswhich are no longer distributed at the federal level but still exist at the state level in some cases.

However, this will depend on where you live and your state government’s current policies and attitudes, which will be based on a number of factors.

This blog also contains more general tips for saving money, especially in this time of very high inflation.

We also focus on high gas prices, explaining how you can reduce your gas consumption and how to save money when visiting the gas station.

Even though gas prices fell in July, it still makes sense to shop around and cut gas costs.

So, there really is a lot to discuss in today’s blog. Follow us on, then, on this Sunday edition of our American financial news blog to stay up to date and informed.

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