Worried about bills? Here’s what internet, utility companies are doing to help
SEATTLE -- The economic impacts of the coronavirus crisis are widespread and changing by the hour.
Companies and government agencies large and small are stepping up to help as more and more Americans face uncertain financial futures.
The Trump administration is proposing sending emergency checks to people across the country within two weeks, while Congress works to pass paid sick leave, emergency food funding and free virus testing.
The IRS is delaying the April 15th tax deadline, allowing Americans to defer up to $1 million in payments to the Internal Revenue Service for 90 days.