Month: September 2020

According to Mark Cuban, a second stimulus package should give all American households a $1,000 stimulus check every two weeks for the next two months. They must use that money within 10 days to promote spending and help keep businesses open. But Cuban’s “Shark Tank” co-star, Barbara Corcoran disagrees with her friend’s “use it or
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This article deals with the second provision that may limit the amount of Social Security benefit you are eligible to receive if are you a public sector/civil service employee under (STRS, PERS, CSRS, Railroad Retirement, etc.). Last month I wrote about the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) which is the other limiting provision. Read more about
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Of the many issues dividing President Trump and Joe Biden (Biden’s Housing Plans)—climate change, mail-in voting, immigration, wearing masks in a pandemic—one of the most curious is the alleged Democratic plan to destroy the suburbs. In last night’s debate, Trump said that if Biden is elected, the “suburbs would be gone.” Trump has been attacking
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The U.S. economy (Fed’s Daly calls) needs more help from the fiscal side to recover from the ongoing impact of the coronavirus pandemic, San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly said Wednesday. With the White House and congressional leadership still trying to work out details of an aid package, Daly likened the rescue funding so
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A Apollo Co Founder Josh speaks during the 2020 Delivering Alpha conference on Sept. 30th, 2020. A notable private equity investor said Wednesday that the boom in special purpose acquisition companies was not just a passing fad. Apollo Global Management co-founder Joshua Harris said at the Delivering Alpha conference presented by CNBC. Institutional Investor that
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With elementary and high school around the world attending school virtually this fall, hotels are selling an unlikely travel opportunity the “schoolcation.”. Families are being enticed from their homes by hotels promising a change of scenery alongside tutoring. Round-the-clock tech help and after-school activities that are more fun than what’s available back home. Relieving parents
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People wearing facemasks wait to buy vegetables at a market vegetable stall. As essential retailers reopen from the coronavirus spike (Covid-19) shutdown. Smaller-sized businesses have been battered during the six months of the coronavirus pandemic. But are feeling confident about their ability to withstand a second wave, according to a survey released Tuesday. While some
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