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  2. Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Introduction to Unemployment Insurance," updated July 30, 2014, accessed May 6, 2020 Back
  3. IRS.gov, Unemployment Compensation," updated December 20, 2019, accessed May 6, 2020. Back
  4. TaxAct, "How Unemployment Affects Your Taxes," accessed May 11, 2020. Back
  5. IRS.gov, Form 1099-G," accessed May 6, 2020. Back
  6. IRS.gov, Form W-4V," accessed May 6, 2020. Back
  7. Kiplinger, "Is Unemployment Taxable? State-by-State Guide to Unemployment Benefits," Published April 4, 2020, accessed May 11, 2020. Back
  8. LegalZoom, Can Child Support Payments Be Garnished From an Unemployment Check?" accessed May 6, 2020. Back
  9. U.S. Department of Education, Try Loan Simulator," accessed May 6, 2020. Back
  10. U.S. Department of Education, Get Temporary Relief," accessed May 6, 2020. Back
  11. NerdWallet, "Deferment vs. Forbearance: Which is Right for Your Student Loans?" Published March 27, 2020, accessed May 11, 2020. Back
  12. Experian, Is Employment Listed in Your Credit Report?" accessed May 6, 2020. Back
  13. U.S. Department of Labor, Services By Location," accessed May 6, 2020. Back