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How to lower your bills during the coronavirus crisis

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Many companies and lenders say they’re willing to help out during the coronavirus pandemic, which forced millions of Americans out of work. One simple phone call could save you hundreds of dollars a month. NBC News Senior Business Correspondent Stephanie Ruhle explains how.