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NAVIENT SHAREHOLDERS – INQUIRY CONTINUED by Former Louisiana Attorney General: Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC Continues to Investigate Officers and Directors of Navient Corporation – NAVI

NEW ORLEANS–(COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Former Louisiana Attorney General Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq., Partner at Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”) law firm, announces that KSF is continuing its investigation into Navient Corporation (NasdaqGS: NAVI). Throughout 2017 and 2018, several civil lawsuits were brought against the company by attorneys general …

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Can student loan repayment still occur? | Personal finance

Democratic lawmakers, meanwhile, introduced a pair of resolutions in February to both houses of Congress calling on the president to write off $ 50,000 in student debt. Democratic lawmakers, progressive activists, and even cities like Washington, DC and Philadelphia routinely voice support for debt cancellation, but there is no active …

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Governor Murphy must be recalled

Every friend of mine has come to the same conclusion about Governor Murphy: he needs to be remembered and, at the same time, held accountable for his actions. Some reasons: • He knowingly mixed up recovering elderly COVID patients released from hospitals to nursing homes, resulting in the deaths of …

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Why Biden’s COVID Relief Plan is Wrong

This year our government has taken another step towards dividing our country under the pretext of trying to resolve it. The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA), more commonly known as the COVID-19 relief bill, plans to cancel government loans that have been made to “socially disadvantaged” farmers as …

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Save first, spend later

Plainsboro (New Jersey) [USA], June 2 (ANI / PNN): Have you been hiding your money lately? Well, you are not alone. The current pandemic has caused America to save more, resulting in an unusually high personal savings rate. The personal savings rate – the amount people save as a percentage …

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The daily pulse of Tuesday – Florida trend

Job search requirements resume for jobless claims in Florida The clock is ticking for all those who collect unemployment: soon you will be forced to look for work to keep your benefits. And while companies say they have a hard time hiring because no one wants to work, in reality, …

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Zombie seizures increase 21% nationwide in Q2 2021

IRVINE, California, May 27, 2021 / PRNewswire / – ATTOM data solutions, curator of the nation’s leading real estate database, today released its report on vacant properties and zombie foreclosure for the second quarter of 2021, showing that 1.4 million (1,409,457) residential properties in United States are vacant this quarter, …

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SBA Export Assistance Can Boost Small Business Recovery

By Al Titone, District Manager of SBA New Jersey May 25, 2021 As small businesses strive to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic, many may look to international trade to expand revenue opportunities. May is International Trade Month, which is the perfect opportunity for small business owners and entrepreneurs to regain …

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‘Beefy King’ and other bogus firms secured $ 7million in PPP loans from lender: report

Fake businesses raised $ 7 million in COVID-19 small business aid through online lender Kabbage, ProPublica find. Most of the bogus businesses were registered as farms, with names like “Deely Nuts” and “Beefy King”. Kabbage processed 378 loans to fraudulent companies through the Paycheck Protection Program, ProPublica reported. See more …

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Path to Progress Update – New Jersey Business Magazine

Senate Speaker Stephen Sweeney discusses the Path to Progress initiative at a previous Meet the Decision Makers event hosted by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association and the New Jersey Chamber of Commerce. Senate Speaker Stephen Sweeney discusses the achievements of the recommendations of the Financial Reform Initiative. May …

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CUSTIS: THE FOOD DESERT, A DISASTER OF MAN

CUSTIS: THE FOOD DESERT, A DISASTER OF MAN The new mayor must act immediately; Will use state program to attract full-service supermarket in first term (CAMDEN, NJ) – Mayoral candidate Elton Custis today declared the Camden food desert a man-made disaster, saying he will use the government’s new tax incentive …

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Launch of a seminar on small businesses

The coronavirus pandemic has shut down nearly a third of small businesses in New Jersey, according to estimates from the New Jersey Business & Industry Association and others. Today, as the pandemic subsides, the Burlington County Council of Commissioners is trying to help revitalize the county’s small business community. Commissioners, …

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New Jersey Education Administrator – Money Journal

Occupation: AdministratorIndustry: EducationAge: 40Location: New JerseySalary: $ 76,686Net value: $ 56,984 ($ 98,520 in retirement plus $ 8,000 in savings minus debt. My partner and I have a shared account for static monthly expenses like rent, utilities and memberships and we contribute to an account. spouse savings for our marriage, …

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PPP loans are always available: here are 4 reasons to apply

Governor Phil Murphy recently signed a five-bill package that will provide $ 100 million in grants to various New Jersey small businesses, restaurants, arts and culture establishments, and nonprofits. These grant programs provide additional relief and demonstrate that there is still a need in the state to support local organizations. …

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