We will continue to add updates, so keep checking back for resources and answers to your questions.
First, we want to say that we hope everyone stays safe and healthy. Check out online resources from the CDC on guidance about the coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Mint is tracking the latest developments and potential impacts COVID-19 may have on your finances, to provide you with as many helpful insights and resources we can to ensure your financial health remains intact, too — we’re all in this together.
For those of us who are still nervous about travel and wondering if the trip insurance we bought covers coronavirus, let’s dive into the details.
Right now with the rise in unemployment, it’s important to take an active role in our finances. Here are steps you can take to protect your credit health.
Here are a few ideas on how you might be able to support local and small businesses during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
With so many people in financially precarious situations, many banks have changed policies to aid their affected customers. Here is a brief rundown.
Have you been laid off because of coronavirus? This guide lays out the next steps, including applying for benefits and health care.
Self-employed now qualify for unemployment benefits as a result of COVID-19. If you’re an independent contractor, learn about your options with this guide.
Use this step-by-step guide to create an emergency budget to help you weather the financial impacts of coronavirus.
With the onset of COVID-19, many, if not most, businesses are transitioning to a work-from-home model. Here are six tips to help you while working remotely.
Let’s talk about some big financial mistakes you can avoid and keep yourself on the road to financial success and stability.
In response to the COVID-19, the government – and many banks and credit unions – have adjusted their policies. See how these changes may impact your credit.
Here’s a rundown of what’s in the CARES Act, what kind of stimulus payment to expect and how it may affect your tax strategy.
VIDEO: Mint and Turbo’s Certified Financial Planner, Brittney Castro, answers your top financial questions to you help you manage your finances. Watch now.
People who are not required by the IRS to file a tax return and do not receive social security benefits can use the free TurboTax product to easily provide the IRS with the information they need to calculate and send stimulus payment.
Quickly see if you qualify for a stimulus payment and how much you can expect with the TurboTax Stimulus Calculator. Whether you’ve filed taxes or not, take these steps to ensure the IRS has your most up-to-date information.
If COVID-19 has affected your ability to pay your rent, mortgage or cover your other bills, here’s what you can do to get through this time.
The government announced new, short term but open-ended policies for federal student loan holders. Here’s what you need to know to manage student loan debt.
Here are 10 important things you can do with your money right now.
This financial guide offers free tips, services, and financial aid programs to help as a resource to manage during Coronavirus.
We asked our Minters to share their top personal finance concerns during this time. From smart investing to revising your budget, Brittney Castro, Mint and Turbo’s Certified Financial Planner, shared her top tips. Watch here.
From health insurance updates to free fitness apps, here’s the information you need to put your mental and physical health and wellness first.
The federal tax filing deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020. State deadlines may vary, see state-by-state updates from our friends at TurboTax.
On March 18, President Trump signed into law, legislation to provide additional relief for individuals impacted by Coronavirus (COVID-19). Learn what it means for your family.
The U.S. Department of State has issued a do not travel advisory. The following are updated airline, hotel and vacation rental change and cancellation policies.
To help keep your kiddos entertained, while also making the most of their time away from school, here are some free and fun educational resources.