The money you saved in your 401(k) or 403(b) account is gone, and the government wants to see it.
That’s the message from the Financial Assistance for Low-Income Americans (FACE) program, a program that helps people who have saved money to buy homes through a 401(c) or similar retirement plan.
The program, known as the HELP Fund, offers financial help to low-income Americans who can’t afford to pay the full $1,600 a month that is due from their employer and who don’t have access to a traditional 401(b).
The program was launched last year by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development and the U,S.
But there are many programs in the United States that help the middle class, and they’re not available to people like the families that are trying to buy their own homes.
As part of its push to help Americans buy their first homes, the U:The program has received nearly $100 million from the Treasury since its launch in January.
The money will help fund a variety of services, including buying a home, finding an affordable mortgage, and providing referrals to help people make their payments.
It also helps those who have trouble getting financing.
“If they have no money, they’ll get a loan that’s about $200,000 and they won’t have to pay anything,” said Stephanie Brown, the CEO of the nonprofit Help Fund.
“If they do have money, then the bank will take the loan, but they can’t use the loan to buy the house, so they’ll be on the hook for paying the mortgage.”
Brown said that as of March, about 200,000 Americans had been eligible to receive financial help through the program, with more than 200,00 people receiving a loan to purchase a home through the system.
While the program will be able to help thousands of Americans, the average person who receives financial assistance under the program can only afford to spend about $700 a month, Brown said.
In a typical year, people make $36,000 a year, but many people who receive help in the form of loans get about $50,000, Brown added.
To qualify, you need to have a household income of less than 200 percent of the federal poverty level ($19,530 for a single person or $33,500 for a family of four), have a disability and have lived in the U for five years or less, and you have no more than three dependents, Brown noted.
The HELP Fund will give a dollar amount each month to a qualifying family.
If a family qualifies for more than the amount of the program’s stipend, the program would send a check to the family.
But those who don´t qualify can still qualify for additional help, Brown explained.
Some of the programs offered by the Treasury include:The HELP Program has been expanded to help those who can not afford to buy or buy with cash.
It is administered by the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and the program is funded through the FHA’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG).
This year, the CDBG is slated to run out of money, and so the Federal Reserve and the Treasury will provide the funds.
“The CDBG has been an effective tool for helping families buy homes for decades,” said Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew.
“It is also a tool for people to save, and we need more people to take advantage of this program.”
The Treasury said the program was created to help low- and moderate-income families who can no longer afford to have access that would have otherwise been the norm, or are struggling to get access to.
“Housing affordability is a human right and a right for all Americans, and this program will ensure that families can afford to stay in their homes and live their lives to the fullest,” said Lew.
The Treasury added that it was committed to continuing the program for many years to come.