Starting February 15, 2021, uninsured Americans in every state can use a COVID-related enrollment period to get covered under the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
As parents face child custody and visitation issues during the coronavirus crisis, most legal experts recommend sticking to a few fundamental principles.
Congress has passed a $2 trillion stimulus package including new unemployment benefits for those out of work due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Be alert to emails, phone calls, and text message that promise you coronavirus or COVID-19 help or information, including these known scams.
At least 12 states are allowing uninsured residents sign up for new health plans under special enrollment periods for the Coronavirus outbreak.
Beginning in April, the Families First Coronavirus Act makes many more employees eligible for paid sick leave and paid time off to care for children.
Many employees who don’t go to work because of the coronavirus won’t get paid sick leave for the days they miss. Some may even lose their jobs. Here’s how the law does and does not protect workers in the event of a public health crisis.