Stimulus Payments, Back-to-School Budget, Self-Employed deductions, Gas Prices…

Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of our daily MARCA financial news blog in English for the United States. Even though it’s a Sunday, this blog is still working normally for 9/11.

In this space, we cover a variety of financial issues in the United States of America and provide you with information on employee benefit plans and general tips for saving money.

In today’s blog, we’ll discuss the back-to-school budget, self-employment deductions and other benefits available, and how to save money on gas.

We’ll also get the latest on stimulus checks, which are no longer distributed at the federal level, although several states are now running their own similar programs.

So, follow along below as we bring you the perk information you need, with the most recent updates being those closest to the top.

U.S. Finance Updates, Sunday, September 11: The Latest Money-Saving Tips and Benefits News

This MARCA English financial news blog is updated daily, weekends and weekdays, as we bring you the details you need about the best benefits programs in the United States.

We explain what benefit programs are available in your state and who is eligible to receive money through them, as well as what you need to do to apply for them.

As mentioned above, this includes stimulus checks, which may exist in one form or another depending on where you live and your state government’s current policies.

With inflation and gas prices still high, we also bring you money-saving tips, like a list of cheaper gas stations in the city where you live.

So, as always, there’s a lot to discuss on this financial news blog. You can follow this Sunday’s US financial news updates by keeping this tab open and scrolling through it throughout the day.

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