SSI payments doubled in September, financial aid checks worth up to $1,000…

Hello and thank you for joining this latest edition of our MARCA In English American Finances Updates live blogwhere we will have various updates on employee benefit plans in the United States this Wednesday August 17.

Even if the US government does not give stimulus checks at the federal level, several states still do so or operate equally attractive alternative benefit plans.

These include the Connecticut Premium Compensation Plan or the free debit card system in Illinois.

We will explain more about these in this blog, while we will also share money saving tips that can help you cope with sky-high gas prices and energy bills.

So, halfway through August, follow us in this live blogwith the updates below and the most recent entries coming closest to the top.

US Finance Updates, Wednesday, August 17: The latest money-saving tips and benefits news

So it’s our daily life MARCA Financial news blog in Englishwhere we provide you with the latest information on employee benefit programs you need to know in the United States.

As mentioned above, this may include stimulus checkswhich currently depend on your state government’s policies and attitudes, which will be based on a number of factors.

We will also have other general money saving tips to know about this blog, especially in this period of very high inflation.

We focus on high gas prices also, 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 and August, it still makes sense to shop around and cut gas costs.

So stay with us on this live blog finances during this wednesdayif you want to make sure you get as much government money as you qualify for.

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