Hello everyone and welcome to a new American Financial News blog to start this new week Monday, June 20. As we do every day, we’ll be using this space to bring you the latest money-saving tips to combat rising gas prices, as well as details on the benefit programs rolling out across the United States.
One such program that has been proposed is in Ohio, where there is talk of a discount of $350 one of the gubernatorial candidates. We will explain who is eligible for this program and how to get it.
On top of that, there are other benefit programs to be aware of as well, while we’ll also provide tips on how to find cheaper gas and make that gas last longer.
U.S. Finance Updates, Monday, June 20: The latest money-saving tips and benefits news
Like we always do in these dailies financial news blogswe bring you information on all the benefits programs you need to know about, detailing what they are and how to apply.
This includes the stimulus checkswhich are no longer distributed at the federal level but still exist at the state level, depending on where you live and your state government’s current policies.
There are also more general tips for saving money that are worth knowing, especially in this time of very high inflation.
Gasoline prices remain high, although there was a slight drop last week. But, you have to keep in mind that it is possible to pay a little less at the pump if you shop around a bit. So we will provide a list for you of cheap gas stations in major cities.
There really is a lot to discuss, so as we begin this new week, so stay with us on this US financial news blog for all the latest updates.