Catey Hill

Catey Hill is the executive editor of Millie.

2 things many people don’t know about the jobless benefits created under the new COVID-19 stimulus package.
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The number of workers applying for initial jobless benefits rose to 853,000 last week, according to a new report released by the Labor Department.
A new report from the Government Accountability Office reveals underpayments to jobless Americans covered by the Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program.
Some say the “fractional share” is a great way for those without a ton of money to try their hand at investing in individual stocks. But should you do it?
Some Americans will get more time to register for their Economic Impact Payment from the IRS. Here’s how to get that stimulus check.
A new study shows that COVID may be able to stay on banknotes for up to 28 days. And that’s not the only thing clinging to your cash.
One third of parents don’t have a clue about how much higher education will cost. They might be in for a rude awakening.
Where to get a sign-on bonus right now (and psst: almost every worker will qualify for some of these jobs).
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5 things you need to know about your student loans, but probably don’t
What you need to know eligibility for your Economic Impact Payment from the IRS
Which states are approved to offer this, how long might the benefits last, and more.
Here’s exactly what their budget looked like before COVID-19, and now.
From your job to your money to your home, this is what you should be aware of right now.