Did The Government Suspend My Mortgage Payment As Part Of Coronavirus Relief?

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Are you having trouble making your mortgage payment? There are many headlines about economic relief associated with the coronavirus pandemic and COVID-19. Some of those headlines discuss economic stimulus proposals and legislation such as the CARES Act of 2020, and the three phases of economic stimulus proposed by the House and Senate. But what do homeowners need to know about the coronavirus, economic...
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Top 5 Jobs For Deaf And Hearing Impaired

Top 5 jobs for the deaf and hearing impaired
Are you interested in top jobs for the deaf and hearing impaired? When I was given the assignment to write this piece (some are assigned, some are not) I felt a sense of trepidation. I firmly believe in the motto that has circulated around Hollywood and elsewhere regarding representation in culture; “It can’t be about us without us” is a mantra I live by, and this topic is no exception. Transparency...
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How Procrastination Can Save And Cost Money

Can procrastinating save you money
How does procrastination save money? It sounds like a pretty absurd concept compared to the question of how procrastination can COST money. And it’s true that in many cases, looking to procrastination to help you save is a truly dumb idea unless you are not talking about blowing off your financial commitments in favor of staying liquid in a financial sense. How Procrastination Can Help You Save No-spend...
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3 More Things I Learned From My Failed Business – Part Two

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I previously mentioned three things I learned from my failed business. Here are three more things I learned that are equally, if not more, important. Don’t Quit Your Day Job For a lot of us, entrepreneurship is the road to financial freedom. We want to quit our day jobs and have some flexibility in our lives. However, keeping your day job will help you save up to cover expenses while you’re...
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3 Things I Learned from My Failed Business – Part One

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I have failed at business ventures for a decade. They either flopped outright, or I was unable to execute my idea correctly. I was embarrassed when I realized my dreams wouldn’t come to fruition after I had promoted my services. I can say it proudly now because I learned some valuable lessons. Start the Business First, the best way to start a business is to take steps to execute. Talking about...
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