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Wyden supports canceling student loan payments during emergency

Also intros bill to rescue small businesses WASHINGTON (KTVZ) — Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., said Friday he will support an emergency student loan payment and relief plan that would provide much-needed help to federal student loan borrowers through immediate cancellation of monthly student loan payments during the national emergency caused …

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Emergency small-business loans to be available in Clark County

The salon, Beauty Temptations, was one of the many cosmetology businesses in Washington forced to shutter on Tuesday — “touch-based” industries aren’t safe to operate right now, Spies said. She’s one of eight women who rent a chair at the salon. Each woman uses that rented space to operate her …

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Federations, other Jewish orgs announce coronavirus emergency funds

The Bay Area’s largest Jewish nonprofits have launched emergency fundraising efforts to combat the economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic. As fallout from the novel coronavirus, and responses to it, ripple across the local Jewish community, institutions that rely on a membership-based model, such as JCCs, have been hit particularly …

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Nassau County enacts state of emergency over COVID-19

NASSAU COUNTY, Fla. – The Nassau County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday enacted a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus pandemic, activating the Emergency Operation Center. The state of emergency allows officials to quickly access resources to help manage the crisis until things return to normal. It also …

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Retirement: Managing unexpected expenses, an emergency fund

You might expect plenty of things in retirement – spending time with family and friends, traveling, focusing on your health wellness. But you’re also living in fear of unexpected expenses. In fact, roughly half of near-retirees and retirees say that’s the biggest fear they have/had about retirement, according to a …

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