MA Financial Resources for COVID-19

Stay Updated & Get Financial Tools

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented disruptions in daily life and financial setbacks for people throughout the state. Here are timely resources for you to get public health updates, protect your identity, and learn about employment rights and unemployment benefits. 

FINANCIAL EDUCATION TOOLS & RESOURCES

Non-Filers Eligible for Stimulus Payments

Millions of Americans are eligible for a $1,200 stimulus check, even if they didn’t file federal taxes in 2018 or 2019. Stimulus checks start at $1,200 and increase by $500 for each eligible child. Make sure you get your check so you can pay for groceries, bills, and any other needs you have!

Money Talk Tuesdays

Free Virtual Workshops Every Tuesday

These workshops will feature a new topic each week hosted by experts in identity protection, financial wellness, retirement planning, and more! Each presenter will provide professional advice related to their field and how you can adapt to disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

BEWARE OF SCAMS AMID COVID-19

Guidance on Coronavirus Resources & Consumer Scams 

Watch out for potential scams amidst the COVID-19 outbreak. Be on alert for suspicious calls or emails.

UNEMPLOYMENT SUPPORT

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