The gov has been taking a headcount of everyone living in the US every 10 years since the OG Hamilton cast was in charge. But this year’s census process has been messy.
What you need to know: After asking for more time to get things done (because COVID-19), the Census Bureau now says they’ll be ready ahead of (the revised) schedule. Some worry rushing could lead to an undercount.
Your move: Educating yourself about how gov decisions affect your personal finances can help you see – and prepare for – what’s coming. Here’s what could happen without accurate census data.
theSkimm: The road to the 2020 Census has been bumpy. If there’s an undercount in your area, you and your community could miss out on money.
Skimm'd by: Ivana Pino, Elizabeth Smith, and Elyse Steinhaus
It’s that time of the decade: the government is taking a headcount of the US population. Here’s what you need to know about what to expect this year.
COVID-19 has changed, well, everything. Including your money.
The pandemic has hit Uncle Sam’s budget hard.