Out of Work
Review changes to your budget and benefits when you’re out of work, and create an action plan for moving forward.
In December 2020, Congress approved an economic stimulus bill that extends federal unemployment benefits through mid-March with an added benefit of up to $300/week starting December 27th.
How It Works
When you're out of work, it’s natural to feel unsure of what to do next. This Coach walks you through potential impacts to your budget, insurance, retirement funds, and more, and explores your options for dealing with lost benefits and finding a new job. You’ll finish with a custom action plan for moving forward. To start this Coach session, select “Start Here.” A feed will appear; follow along and answer questions as you’re prompted.
Illustration: Cristi Flores
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