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As the nation pivots from pandemic emergency to economic recovery, certain federal benefits, including unemployment benefits, are set to expire.
Federal unemployment benefits that supplemented state unemployment benefits and provided jobless benefits to the self-employed are set to expire at the end of September. But that’s at the federal level; some deadlines could be even sooner, depending on your state.
Unemployment benefits, along with renter and homeowner eviction moratoriums; the federal student loan forbearance; special health insurance enrollment periods; and other benefits for small businesses and families are set to expire in the latter half of 2021. Here are the dates to keep in mind:
Homeowner and renter eviction moratoriums
Student loan borrower payment pause
Child tax credits
Small business owner protections