Coronavirus Special Features

Financial Planner: Borrowing From 401K Better Than Maxing Credit Cards

Ed Gjertsen, Certified Financial Planner Mack Investment Securities in Chicago, told the WBBM Noon Business Hour that the first coronavirus relief bill allows people to borrow against their 401K without penalty for amounts up to $100,000.
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TSA Announces New Security Screening Procedures to Contain Virus Spread

The Transportation Security Administration released on Thursday morning a handful of new procedural changes for air travelers in light of the coronavirus pandemic and as domestic air travel experiences an uptick.
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Answering Your Questions About Getting Outdoors

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CDC Releases Guidelines For Reopening Public Pools

As restrictions ease up across the country and the weather heats up, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has released guidelines for reopening pools, hot tubs, and water playgrounds. Find out everything you need to know!
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Answering Your Questions On CA's Response To COVID-19

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Answering Your Questions About Educating Kids At Home

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Could the Financial Impacts of COVID-19 Last Until Late 2021?

The economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are being felt all over the country. In an interview with CBS’s ‘Face the Nation,’ Jerome Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve said the effects of COVID-19 could ‘stretch’ well into 2021.
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Can Social Security Survive the Coronavirus Crisis?

Can Social Security survive the COVID-19 crisis? Financial adviser and best-selling author Rick Edelman has some real concerns about whether Social Security can survive this crisis.
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Can’t Afford Your Mortgage During COVID-19? Here Are 3 Relief Options for Homeowners

If you are a homeowner finding it challenging to keep up with your mortgage during the pandemic, here are some options for managing your home loan.
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How to Save Money on Groceries During the Coronavirus Pandemic

With the country experiencing record levels of unemployment and the prices of certain goods skyrocketing, keeping the cost of groceries down can be difficult amid the coronavirus pandemic. Here are a few ways to save.
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