Coronavirus And Identity Theft

Coronavirus And Identity Theft
One of my own personal experiences with identity theft started with a telephone call from a moving truck rental agency, wanting to know where their moving truck was and why I hadn’t dropped it off as per the contract. The moving company was three states away from me, and I had never lived there or anywhere near it. What we both learned was that identity thieves had managed to fake a drivers’ license...
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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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NYSE Reopens: What Are The Rules In Place?

NYSE Reopens
On March of 2020, CNBC reported that the global COVID-19 pandemic forced a historic closure of the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange; a March 18, 2020 CNBC post noted that two employees at NYSE tested positive for COVID-19; the closure marked the “first time the physical trading floor of the Big Board has ever shut independently” to rely on electronic trading as it has ever since. The...
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Save Your Mortgage During COVID-19

Save Your Mortgage during COVID19
Many homeowners are worried about their mortgages during the COVID-19 pandemic. And while it is true that government-backed mortgage bailout programs abound, some borrowers are unable to take advantage of those programs because they don’t have FHA, VA, USDA loans or mortgages backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. What do you need to know about mortgage bailout programs? Do you know how to save your...
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United States Coronavirus Tax Relief

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Are you in search of coronavirus tax relief? In March of 2020, Congress passed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. Considered the largest economic relief bill in American history, the package includes a wide variety of bailout funds for businesses and individual workers including Economic Impact Payments from the government that function as refundable tax...
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