Many moms have been hit hardest during the pandemic, losing their jobs and not being able to find child care to be able to return to work.
Restaurants, bars, food trucks and caterers struggling to stay afloat through the pandemic can now apply for federal Restaurant Revitalization grants.
FEMA is now paying up to $9000 for funerals for people who died of COVID-19.
People earning less than $75,000 a year may not owe any federal income tax when they file next year.
Cyber attacks and data breaches to steal your identity have grown exponentially since the pandemic started. So do you need to buy identity theft protection?
Teens and young adults looking for summer jobs have more opportunity than usual this year.
Many homeowners are shell shocked across Texas after property tax assessments soared in many places this year.
President Biden will detail his $1.8 trillion plan to help children and families before a joint session of Congress Wednesday.
Many pet owners say they've been scrambling to find some pet foods throughout the pandemic, especially for cats and dogs that need special diets.
The Texas Workforce Commission says it has paid out $691 million in suspected fraudulent claims since the pandemic began.
If you're planning to travel this summer, you may end up paying hundreds of dollars a day for a rental car, if you're lucky to find one at all. A rental car shortage is driving up prices.
How to determine if and when the time is right to buy an electric vehicle.
A new study finds that homes in Black neighborhoods are undervalued by an average of $46,000 compared to similar homes in white neighborhoods nationwide.
The United Way is partnering with non-profit Capital Good Fund to offer small, low-interest Crisis Relief Loans.
The CEO of Peloton is pushing back as the Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning consumers not to use their treadmills.
A Houston family says they've been struggling to get birth certificates for their adopted daughters for the last few years from Texas Vital Statistics.
A national online bank is launching this summer aimed at helping Black and Latino communities.
The average American wastes $139 a month on fees, interest, and impulse buying, according to a study by The Ascent. Experts say it's because we don't educate ourselves enough about money.
It might seem like the end of the world. But credit and rental histories can be rebuilt.
If you need money to pay for an unexpected bill or to make rent, more banks and credit unions have started offering small personal loans with lower costs than payday loans.