During the first round of lockdowns earlier this year, small businesses could fall back on federal relief. Not this time.
The lowest-income households were more likely to lose wages and fall behind on rent.
In just 38 days, 12 million jobless workers will lose their benefits. Talks on another relief bill have stalled in Congress.
As goes the U.S. consumer, so goes the U.S. economy.
Many that survived the shutdowns in the spring have a strategy, while others fear they just won't make it.
The CARES Act made it easier to get money out of retirement savings early. But that only helps people with enough cushion to have a 401(k).
People have been seeking safety for their money during the pandemic. With fewer things to spend it on, the cash piles up.
Low inflation is a sign that the recovery may be losing steam.
Two PPP recipients discuss their relief loans and the challenges of staying open through the pandemic.
The unemployment rate is down, and more people are returning to the labor force. But finding a job isn't easy.