A lot of businesses have struggled to say in the black since last march when the Covid-19 pandemic started. Both established businesses and startups took a hit. Many had to reduce their operating hours, admit fewer customers to brick and mortar stores, or even shut down temporarily. Without a consistent… Read More »7 Tips to Dig Your Business Out of Debt
Last year brought new financial burdens to businesses and private citizens alike. Financial uncertainty stemming from the Covid-19 pandemic threw many household’s finances into disarray. 63% of people who reported that their financial situation declined last year, cited the loss of a job as the reason why. Even the government… Read More »Common Sources of Debt in the U.S.
Congress recently approved the third stimulus relief package, which is a part of the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act. President Biden signed off on the American Rescue Plan Act on March 11, 2021, and the first stimulus checks started rolling out the same weekend. The $1,400 stimulus checks will… Read More »Stimulus Checks Provide Debt Relief
A Texas federal judge ruled that the CDC moratorium on evictions is unconstitutional. The moratorium was enacted after Congress authorized the CDC to take steps to stop the spread of communicable diseases. Many people were concerned that mass evictions would lead to homelessness for many individuals, and the homeless population… Read More »Texas Judge Rules Against CDC Eviction Moratorium