SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. — The 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has caused a lot of concerns, including people worried about the financial impact of the outbreak.
With many states ordering non-essential businesses to close and for restaurants to stop doing dining services, many people are finding themselves laid off or out of work. Even with failure to pay rent evictions being banned for 30 days in Washington, the worry of paying the bills is still there for some people.
The stock market has also been volatile, affecting people's 401k's.
As a part to help quell fears, KREM spoke with experts to get answers to some of the financial questions being asked.
Watch our live Q&A special in three parts below.