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    Congress has finally passed its $2 trillion stimulus package, known as the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act.

    While there’s plenty of money going to large corporations, such as airlines, there’s a lot that should help everyday Americans. Here are some of the changes that could send funds to your bank account in the weeks ahead.

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    Statement Inserts

    April 01, 2020 | Statements

    Here are your monthly statement inserts. In addition to these items, each statement also includes your monthly disclosures.

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    Changing jobs? What should you do with the 401(k) money you've accumulated? You may have up to four options: leave the money where it is, roll it over to your employer's new plan, roll it into an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), or cash it out.

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    Bubbles burst, the economy falters, companies downsize, and personal disasters happen, which can result in a reduced paycheck. Perpetual salary growth or even maintenance is simply not guaranteed. However, by adopting the right tools and attitude, you can make the most of a reduced paycheck and not just survive but thrive.

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    The U.S. government is extending the tax-filing deadline to July 15, a move meant to give taxpayers extra time to deal with their taxes amid the coronavirus outbreak. Taxpayers now have an extra three months to both file and pay their taxes.

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    Here are some helpful tips for those who are experiencing financial hardships associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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    In keeping with guidance set forth by health officials, the location of SCE FCU Annual Meeting and Nomination of Officials is being changed. To comply with gathering restrictions, attendance is not encouraged and may be restricted by governmental guidance. Our Annual Report and post-meeting recap will be published on our website and made available to the general membership.

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    About half of U.S. businesses are home-based.1 If you run a business out of your home, your homeowners insurance may not provide the coverage you need to protect your business assets and income.

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    When you go to the doctor it’s typically for a specific problem, such as a cold, stomach pain or other issue you want to get better. But often in their haste to be cured, patients fail to ask doctors questions about their health and take advantage to the short amount of time with the one person who can decipher their blood test results or explain how to take their newly prescribed medications. Doctors say they wish their patients would be more proactive and ask these questions during their visit.

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    As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) begins to have an increased impact across our primary markets of Southern California and Southern Nevada, and throughout the nation, we’re here to serve you, and want to share with you the steps we're taking at your Credit Union to keep our members and team members healthy during this outbreak. And please be assured, your funds and your accounts at the Credit Union remain safe.