COVID-19 Relief Resources For Small Business Owners

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Are you a small business owner who was affected by coronavirus lockdown requirements? The Small Business Administration was suddenly thrust into the limelight during the earliest weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic in America and much has been made of the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) and other measures drafted as part of the economic stimulus effort to shore up the U.S. economy. But PPP isn’t the...
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Tax Scams And Government Impostor Schemes During COVID-19

Scams to watch out for COVID 19
Have you encountered scams during COVID-19? In any emergency, a certain number of bottom-feeding scammers come out of the woodwork to cheat hurting people out of relief money, mortgages, and more. In the age of coronavirus relief, financial bailouts, and government stimulus checks, it’s important to be vigilant about your personal data and how you respond to unsolicited calls, texts, social media...
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Is Monthly SSDI Enough To Make Ends Meet?

Is Monthly SSDI Enough To Make Ends Meet
Is monthly SSDI enough to make ends meet? To start, it’s important to know what SSDI is and how it differs from a similar program called SSI. Social Security Disability (SSDI) and Supplemental Security Income (SSI) differ in some fairly important ways. According to the official site, SSDI “pays benefits to you and certain family members if you worked long enough and paid Social Security taxes”. Adult...
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Avoid Coronavirus Scams And Protect Your Savings

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People are being victimized by coronavirus scams. It’s bad enough that a vocal minority keeps insisting on endangering the greater public good by breaking COVID-19 quarantine measures to protest having to stay inside. To make matters worse there are active coronavirus scams circulating that have promoted action from government agencies such as the Federal Trade Commission and the Consumer Financial...
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The Fed Dropped Rates Again – Is the Third Time the Charm?

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Is the third time a charm for interest rates? The Federal Reserve has cut rates again this year, so your savings account may not make as much money for a while. Considering that most traditional savings account rates are abysmally low, you might not even notice. Here’s how it affected me already. Interest rates fluctuate over time based on what the Fed does. When prices go down, it is less expensive...
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