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PPP Loan Forgiveness Applications are Now Easier
Coronavirus and Your Money Small businesses that received PPP loans of $50,000 or less can now apply for forgiveness using a simplified application form.
College During COVID
Paying for College Students and their families must be ready to adapt to the changes in the way they attend—and possibly pay for—college.
By Stacy Rapacon PublishedPaying for College
Millennials Face Their Second Recession
Making Your Money Last Forty percent of millennials say the pandemic will likely cause them to delay payments on their debts. Does that include you? Time to take action.
By Rivan V. Stinson PublishedMaking Your Money Last
8 Tips and Warnings on PPP Loan Forgiveness
loan forgiveness Not having to pay back Paycheck Protection Program loans is a huge benefit for small-business owners. But there are a lot of rules that must be followed to have a PPP loan forgiven.
By Rodrigo Sermeño Publishedloan forgiveness
8 Benefits for Healthcare Workers, First Responders in the HEROES Act
Politics Parts of the massive federal stimulus passed by the House of Representatives focus on workers on the front line of the coronavirus battle.
By Bob Niedt PublishedPolitics
10 Things You Should Know Before Filing for Bankruptcy
bankruptcy If you're struggling to pay your bills and thinking about filing for bankruptcy, there are a few things you should know before taking that big step.
By Diane Davis Publishedbankruptcy
9 Ways to Raise Cash Quickly
savings The $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package is providing a $1,200 check for millions of Americans.
By Sandra Block Publishedsavings
Economic Aid for Millennials: Stimulus Checks, Student Loan Relief and More
savings The coronavirus pandemic is killing our economy, and millennials are being hit particularly hard.
By Rocky Mengle Publishedsavings
Interest Rates at Zero
credit & debt Bankrate.com's Greg McBride joins our hosts Sandy Block and Ryan Ermey for a discussion on the repercussions of a prolonged period of low interest rates. The pair also recommends mutual funds that hold up during down markets.
By Sandra Block Publishedcredit & debt
Yes, It Is Possible to File Bankruptcy on Student Loans
college Here's the story of one lawyer who did it herself. This strategy is not right for everyone, and there is a very high standard that must be met. But for some people, it is one possible way out of from under crushing student debt.
By H. Dennis Beaver, Esq. Publishedcollege