Money Management

Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency Launches Mortgage and Rent Relief Programs | Tucker Arensberg, PC

Pennsylvanians facing foreclosure or eviction can apply for help under the new Law 24 of 2020. The Pennsylvania General Assembly has ordered that $ 175 million from the Relief and Security Assistance Act against the coronavirus (CARES Act) be assigned to the fight against residential property failures caused by the …

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Maloney Encourages Small Businesses In Hudson Valley To Seek COVID-19 Relief Assistance From Paycheck Protection Program

The Small Business Administration (SBA) will reopen the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) from Monday, following the passage of bipartisan COVID-19 relief legislation from Congress. Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) encourages all small business owners in need of assistance to access this critical COVID-19 relief program. “This program has been a …

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Trade deadline is first step in Sabers general manager Kevyn Adams’ plan to assess roster | Buffalo Sabers News

Adams already has an idea of ​​what’s going on behind the scenes. Since NHL protocols prevented Adams from operating from his usual office at KeyBank Center, he has spent the first half of this season working in a small room down the hall in the Sabers’ locker room. Victor Hedman …

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Grass Valley Homebuyer Assistance Coming Soon

Home buyers in Grass Valley may soon be eligible for up to $ 75,000 in deferred interest loans on their first home purchase. The city received $ 500,000 this week in federal funding to continue its First-Time Homebuyer Assistance Program, which provides 30-year loans to applicants with income for down …

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3 other accused of PPP loan scam

Andre M. Clark, 46, of Miramar, Keyaira Bostic, 31, of Pembroke Pines, and Damion O. McKenzie, 38, of Miami Gardens, are accused of filing bogus claims for more than $ 24 million Paycheck Protection Program Repayable Loans for COVID -19 Relief (US Treasury) Source link

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Indo-American Raj Iyer becomes the first Chief Information Officer of the United States Army

Photo: Shutterstock U.S.-Indian Dr. Raj Iyer took over as the U.S. military’s first chief information officer, after the Pentagon created the post in July 2020. One of the most senior Indo-American civilians in the United States Department of Defense, Iyer, who holds a doctorate in electrical engineering, is the principal …

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Letter to BS: Moratorium extension will make it harder for everyone

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) and banks in general face the dilemma of ending or extending the moratorium on August 31. Ending it when the economy has not yet started to recover will mean large-scale defaults. On the other hand, extending the moratorium beyond August 31 will give banks …

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IMF Executive Board approves new two-year, $ 10.8 billion flexible line of credit agreement for Colombia

IMF Executive Board approves new two-year, $ 10.8 billion flexible line of credit agreement for Colombia May 1, 2020 The IMF today approved a new two-year agreement for Colombia under the Flexible Credit Line (FCL), designed for crisis prevention, in the amount of approximately $ 10.8 billion. Colombia qualifies for …

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Canucks announce loan deal with AHL’s Manitoba Moose

Given the ongoing border restrictions linked to the coronavirus pandemic, there was always a feeling that Canadian NHL clubs maintaining their US affiliates in AHL could pose problems this season. The Vancouver Canucks have found a workaround, however. The team has announcement that he has entered into a loan agreement …

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The murder of Carmel Chircop and the arrest of the Maksar brothers

In a dramatic turn of the Daphne Caruana Galizia murder case, Vince Muscat, known as il-Koħħu, changed his plea and admitted his guilt. Muscat’s decision came after a plea bargain that saw him settle for a 15-year prison sentence. He was one of three men accused of carrying out the …

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