Many Americans are being financially affected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic. As businesses close their doors to keep their customers and employees safe, thousands—if not millions—are facing several weeks of pay disruption and infrastructure shake up.
In response to the national emergency, consumers are feeling financially insecure and wondering what it means for their wallet.
What can you do to be financially responsible and vigilant during this time?
CUNA released five steps consumers should take to exercise financial caution in the face of a global pandemic: