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Rossen Reports: What to do when federal unemployment stops

The extra $600 payments from the federal government during the coronavirus crisis are set to expire. Here's what to expect.

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The extra $600 payments from the federal government during the coronavirus crisis are set to expire next month — leaving many of you with questions about how to move forward applying for unemployment.

Chief National Consumer Correspondent Jeff Rossen and Pete Dunn, a USA Today financial columnist, host of the “Pete the Planner Show” and CEO of "Your Money Line" and "Hey, Money" have answers to your financial questions.

Unless Congress steps in to extend the benefits – many of you will see your unemployment checks reduced in late July — as that extra federal money phases out.

How should people prepare when those extra benefits stop? Could there be an extension? What if you or someone you know hasn't been getting the extra $600 in unemployment benefits?

Tap the video above for answers.