Mike Snider, USA TODAY Published 6:35 p.m. ET April 24, 2020 CLOSE Marriage and family therapist Adriana Alejandre shares tips to handle anxiety over money and how to look for help during quarantine. USA TODAYThe Federal Reserve is making it easier to get your money out of savings by temporarily waiving rules limiting the number of savings account withdrawals and transfers as the coronavirus pandemic creates financial strains for many households. Federal regulations generally limit account holders to six transactions per month, but the Fed on Friday eased rules for banks to ensure customers could get their funds if needed. The U.S. central bank made the move to give account holders more options “at a time when financial events associated with the coronavirus pandemic have made such access more urgent,” it said in an announcement Friday.Savings accounts typically serve as “emergency funds” for consumers. The money may be needed as more than 26 million have applied for unemployment benefits over the last five weeks, largely because of an unprecedented wave of layoffs.IRS stimulus tool:: ‘Get My Payment’ tool to get critical updateOpinion: An unsung hero of the coronavirus crisis: The Federal ReserveThe Fed was able to ease the rule because in


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