Michelle Singletary

The Washington Post

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If your income has been disrupted, you should first use the COVID-19 stimulus check on things you absolutely must cover, such as food, and don’t worry about clearing your entire credit…

‘Don’t dump it on debt:’ Advice on using your COVID-19 stimulus check

If your income has been disrupted, you should first use the COVID-19 stimulus check on things you absolutely must cover, such as food, and don’t worry about clearing your entire credit…

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