President-elect Biden and Vice President-elect Harris transition website, opens a new window.
The Federal Reserve's latest Survey of Consumer Finances, opens a new window shows changes in U.S. family finances 2016-2019 and disparities in wealth.
It's FAFSA time for seniors! Even if you aren't sure you'll go to college, fill out a FAFSA, opens a new window anyway. It's free. And if your family experienced a financial hardship or a medical emergency during the pandemic that isn't reflected in its 2019 tax return, file early and contact the colleges you've applied to to explain the circumstances, opens a new window.
How Census will be conducting door-to-door visits, opens a new window. See response rates, opens a new window in your area. Georgia's response rate, opens a new window was fourth-lowest as of 10/5/2020.
Covid-19 in the news Fulton County epidemiology reports, opens a new window. Georgia Department of Public Health Daily Status Report, opens a new window. HHS Protect Public Data Hub, opens a new window, collects data from hospitals nationwide. CDC CoVid-19 Data Tracker, opens a new window. Government Response to Coronavirus, opens a new window, key pages gathered by USA.gov
Atlanta region eviction tracker, opens a new window. This tracker, created by the Atlanta Regional Council, runs once a week, pulling data on legal evictions in metro area counties. Data is then merged with Census data to give percentages of evictions by census tract.
The only truly free credit report, opens a new window, provided by The Fair Credit Reporting Act. Beware of imposter sites. Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion are offering free weekly online reports through April 2021. Also, in connection with various settlements, Equifax is making at least six additional free Equifax credit reports each year available online to U.S. consumers on annualcreditreport.com until December 31, 2026. These reports are included in the free weekly Equifax credit reports currently offered on annualcreditreport.com through April 2021.
USAJOBS , opens a new windowveterans may search for jobs using only their MOS codes. Jobs that appear will include "Compatible Military Assignments" under the "Qualifications" section. MOS codes may also be used on the U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration's My Next Move, opens a new window page for veterans.