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APTA's Financial Solutions Center has tools and insight to help you stay on track in challenging times.

APTA's Financial Solutions Center has tools and insight to help you stay on track in challenging times.

The COVID-19 pandemic is taking its toll in nearly every facet of our lives — and for many, finances are a central concern.

APTA's Financial Solutions Center can help. Here are five resources worth checking out from Enrich, which provides financial education content to the APTA Financial Solutions Center.

Budget worksheet. This worksheet can help you see where your money's going, and where you might be able to make temporary adjustments.

What Should You Do With Your Stimulus Check? Many Americans will be receiving relief funds from the federal government; and health care providers who billed under Medicare in 2019 may be eligible for additional funds from HHS. This blog provides tips on the best ways to use that money in the midst of the crisis.

A Guide for Dipping Into Your Savings. Nobody likes taking money from savings to confront an emergency. But sometimes it's necessary, and there are factors that need to be considered.

Financial Fraud During the COVID-19 Pandemic. As disheartening as it may be, it's a reality: Scammers are using the pandemic to target fears and take your money. Here's what you need to know.

How COVID-19 Underscores the Importance of Having an Emergency Fund. We will learn many lessons from the current health emergency. For many, the lessons will include the importance of creating an emergency fund. Even if that's out of the question at the moment, it's a good time to start thinking about how to create one in the future.

In addition to the resources above, Enrich also offers a guide titled "Coronavirus and Your Financial Health," while Laurel Road, another Financial Solutions Center contributor, has curated resources designed to help students manage their student loans during the pandemic.

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