American Finances Updates: Increases to Social Security Benefits and the IRS Gas Reimbursement
Hello and welcome along to our American Finances Updates blog this Thursday, June 21. Every day we use this space to bring you information on the latest money-saving tips that can help combat rising gas prices, as well as details of the benefits programs being rolled out across the USA.
One of the latest programs that is being proposed is for 350 dollar rebate checks to be given out in Ohio, while there could also be a 200 dollar boost for those who depend on Social Security Benefits.
There are other benefits programs and initiatives to know about too and they’ll be discussed below, with the most recent updates coming nearest the top, where we’ll also be providing you with tips on how to find cheaper gas and also make that gas last longer.
American Finances Updates, Tuesday, June 21: The latest money-saving tips and benefits news
As we always do in our MARCA In English financial news blogs, we tell you about the benefits programs worth knowing about, explaining what they’re called and who is eligible.
This includes stimulus checks, which are no longer being given out at the federal level but which still exist at the state level, depending on where you live and your state government’s current policies.
There are also more general money-saving tips worth knowing about, especially at this time of super high inflation.
Gas prices remain high, even if there was a slight reduction in the past week. But, you should keep in mind that it is possible to pay a little less at the pumps if you shop around just a little. So, we’ll provide a list for you of cheap gas stations in the major cities.
There is a lot to discuss, then, so follow along on this Tuesday’s American financial news blog.
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