Federal Authorities Want Your CARES Fund Receipts | FTI Council

If your business has accepted COVID-19 relief funds, avoiding a government audit requires getting your home back in order now. In short: Inspectors General of Health and Social Services and the Justice Department are examining the liability of companies that accepted funds through the CARES Act last year in an …

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Cape Breton seafood companies receive loans and grants from ACOA

THE STORY CONTINUES WITH THESE SALTWIRE VIDEOS NORTH SYDNEY, NS – The federal government is investing $ 1 million in two Cape Breton fish and seafood processing companies. Northside Processing in North Sydney and Victoria Co-operative Fisheries Ltd. in Neils Harbor have each secured a repayable loan of $ 450,000 …

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3-car crash sends Jeep through fence in Midland Beach

STATEN ISLAND, NY – A three-vehicle crash sent a Jeep through a fence in Midland Beach Thursday morning. NYPD officers responded to the crash, which happened at the intersection of Lincoln and Nugent avenues. The incident was reported at 9:26 a.m. and considered property damage with no injuries, according to …

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Get a student loan before the end of 2020

Talks about canceling student loans have borrowers eagerly awaiting 2021. But many have already benefited from unprecedented events in 2020: • Administrative forbearance has suspended most federal interest-free loan payments since March. • Forbearance also halted collections on overdue loans. • Interest rates have fallen to historic lows. It is …

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California Democrats propose state-backed banking program

(TNS) – Nearly 20 Democratic lawmakers on Tuesday introduced a bill to establish a state-wide public banking program, which would partner with private sector financial institutions to provide low-income workers access to free money transactions and debit cards. Labor advocates have said the program could save hundreds of dollars a …

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Wyoming High School Football Scoreboard: April 6-10, 2021

The high school boys’ football schedule has more games on the slate in week 4. Schools have returned from spring break, and with a vacation weekend behind us, the push to the state tournament in mid-May is now starting. Here are the matches scheduled for this week. Times are subject …

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Lenders prepare to capitalize on infrastructure spending

The bankers plan to finance any project that could result from the improvement of infrastructure. The Biden administration’s $ 2 trillion proposal would improve the country’s aging roads and bridges and invest in a number of projects that include schools and affordable housing. With any final legislation in the hands …

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Claressa Shields Becomes Undisputed Super Welterweight Champion

(Refresh this page frequently for the latest updates) THE MAIN EVENT Claressa Shields vs Marie Eve Dicaire, 10 rounds for the undisputed super welterweight championship Decision: Shields becomes the first fighter in history, male or female, to win undisputed championships in two weight classes with a unanimous victory over Dicaire. …

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5 tips for homeowners for the 2021 housing market

Over the past year, the average public housing market price has increased by 4.8%, an increase from the 0.1% increase in 2019. Even with the pandemic limiting activity in a number of industries, house prices in Q4 2020 saw the biggest quarterly increase of this decade. The housing market is …

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House expects loan and grant selections to come News, Sports, Jobs

Seeking help to get their businesses up and running or to resume full functioning following restrictions imposed by governor’s orders, approximately 92 local small businesses applied for the grants and loans offered through the Lycoming County Small grant. Business Relief Fund and Loan Program. According to Jason Fink, president and …

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Arlington: Business-Friendly Bills Pass Texas House

March 31, 2021 Two bills passed Texas House today and are headed to the Senate: HB7 by Button and HB1195 by Geren. The Coalition of Chambers contacted all of our members of the legislature yesterday to request their votes on these two bills. HB7 by Angie Chen Button (R-Garland) will …

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Bill to extend the PPP deadline to May 31 promulgated | Business

WASHINGTON – President Joe Biden enacted the P3 Extension Act 2021, a law drafted by U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (DN.H.), Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Ben Cardin (D-Md. ) To help small employers maintain access to forgivable loans from the Paycheck Protection Program. The bill has been approved by nearly 100 …

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Struckmeyer wants to regain momentum in the House | Business

At the start of the pandemic in March 2020, the Hillsborough / Orange County Chamber of Commerce found itself in uncharted territory. With businesses shutting down for the foreseeable future, and the future of many of these businesses suddenly uncertain, the organization, whose very heart is helping promote and grow …

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