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USDA reconciles issues with COFOG

In one of many final actions that were launched on Friday, the Trump administration’s USDA provided important clarifications to the coronavirus food assistance program in hopes of expanding the aid available to agricultural producers. . USDA will provide additional assistance through COFOG, expanding eligibility for certain agricultural and commodity producers, …

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Bottleneck persists as companies seek government relief loans

Joyce M. Rosenberg new York – Banks trying to submit applications for thousands of small businesses seeking coronavirus relief loans have encountered a bottleneck for a second day at the Small Business Administration. Banking industry groups said on Tuesday that the SBA’s loan processing system was still unable to handle …

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Trump is the Wizard of Oz – Only Nuts

Anxious Democrats imagine Donald Trump as a political Houdini, a genius to escape the worst political difficulties. Somehow, they fear, it will summon serial October surprises beyond the capacity of lower mortals. Waste. In truth, Trump is America’s ersatz Wizard of Oz – a fake one-trick populist with deep but …

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Don’t pay off your student loans – yet

Take a quick tour of the Internet and you will find countless stories of people who got paid off their student loans in just a few years. They doubled as roommates, Cut return to luxury like cable TV and dining out, or moved in with their parents so they can …

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Mary Vasquez: Empowering Northwestern Immigrants to Succeed

Point West CU Community Lawyer Mary Vasquez. For Mary Vasquez, being successful means not only achieving your own goals, but also seeing others achieve theirs. Having overcome the financial hurdles many immigrants face herself, she is now dedicated to helping those who feel left behind in her community thrive. Although …

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