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USAGov’s Five Lessons Learned to Combat Scams in 2021

According to the Federal Trade Commission, Americans have reported over 226K scams and lost over $386M in frauds linked to COVID-19. Due to the rise in fraud, federal experts across the government share official information on how to recognize, avoid and report many types of scams.

USAGov’s Five Lessons Learned to Combat Scams in 20212021-04-14T14:08:50-06:00

USAGov’s Five Tips for the 2021 Tax Season

As the tax season approaches, you may have questions about filing your federal, state and business taxes in 2021. Economic Impact Payments, tax credits and other relief provided in 2020 have many people wondering how to file during the pandemic.

USAGov’s Five Tips for the 2021 Tax Season2021-02-11T13:08:30-07:00

Get Help From USAGov This 2020 Holiday Season

The 2020 holiday season is one like never before. Due to the pandemic, people across the U.S. have adjusted the way they work, shop, and connect with others. Use these tips collected by USAGov to prepare you for anything the winter holds.

Get Help From USAGov This 2020 Holiday Season2020-12-14T13:09:27-07:00

What’s the Difference Between Government Grants and Loans?

Are you looking to get help paying for your education? Does your non-profit organization need financial assistance to complete a community project? The government offers financial help, but you may not know what’s available and where to find it.

What’s the Difference Between Government Grants and Loans?2020-12-11T13:12:20-07:00

Kids and Depression

Learn the signs and risk factors for depression in teens and younger children and find out how you can help them heal.

Kids and Depression2020-12-02T13:11:01-07:00

USAGov’s Guide to Holiday Shopping

As holiday shopping season starts, there are many opportunities to spend money on gifts for family and friends, and requests to donate to charitable causes.

USAGov’s Guide to Holiday Shopping2020-11-30T13:10:21-07:00

USAGov Answers FAQs About Voting

The coronavirus pandemic makes the 2020 election season different than any before it. And it’s leaving a lot of people looking for information on how, where, and when to cast their vote.

USAGov Answers FAQs About Voting2020-10-08T14:09:28-06:00