Energy Assistance for the Low Income

A lot of risks, both health and safety-wise, can arise from unsafe heating and cooling practices. Since low-income earners often find it challenging to keep up with standard energy usage practices, the government created an assistance program in 1981 to help these people. In this article, I’ve provided all you need to know about energy […]

Stimulus Checks for Non-Tax Filers

Stimulus checks are given out to taxpaying citizens as a way to boost the economy in difficult times. As a result of the COVID 19 pandemic, stimulus checks under the CARES act now allow for citizens to receive payment through direct deposit. In this article, we’ve provided a brief description of how to receive a […]

HUD Housing Programs for the Disabled

This article is the help you or anyone living with a disability, learn about HUD housing programs for the disabled. Although many HUD programs give preferential treatment to the disabled, some programs are still set aside specifically for this disabled people. Keep reading this article to learn more about these programs. Below we share our […]

What are Housing Grants?

You may have heard about the term “grant” before? We have written this article to help you understand the basics of how housing grant function. Keep reading to learn the definition, purpose, eligibility requirements, and application process for housing grants. This article will also provide all the information you need to get started on acquiring […]

How to Know Your Income Eligibility for Section 8

Section 8 is a widely known affordable housing program created to assist low-income earners. The primary eligibility requirement for this program is income. We have researched and written this article to provide you with a detailed explanation of how to know your income eligibility for Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Program. Your individual or family’s […]

What is SSDI and SSI, and How Are They Different?

It’s not uncommon to see people mistake these programs for each other or assume they are both the same. Although they are both federally funded for disabled people, there are still core differences between them. I’ve written this article to help you learn about these differences in terms of definition, eligibility requirements, and application process. […]

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