Biden can stimulate the economy without Congress in 4 key areas – Business Insider – Business Insider

President-elect Joe Biden will be inheriting a struggling economy when he takes office in January. Coronavirus infections are reaching new highs with the pandemic showing no signs of abating anytime soon. Meanwhile, millions of people remain unemployed and permanent layoffs are rising. Small businesses are still shuttering as the recovery shows signs of weakening without…

After paying off $100,000 of credit card debt in 3 years, this ‘Money Coach’ asks herself these 2 questions before buying anything – CNBC

It took nearly three years for Lynnette Khalfani-Cox,The Money Coachand author of”Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom,” to pay off $100,000 in credit card debt. But in the process of her six-figure debt payoff journey, Khalfani-Cox gained more than just financial freedom. She also adopted some new money habits to maintain what she…

Debt Consolidation Market Enhancing Enormous Growth, Recent Trends by Top Companies: Mozo, Canstar, Credit Repair Australia, Australian Debt Agreements, Think Money – TechnoWeekly

Debt Consolidation Marketresearch Report is an inestimable supply of insightful data for business strategists. This Debt Consolidation Market study provides extensive data which enlarge the understanding, scope, and application of this report. A specified study of the competitive landscape of the global Debt Consolidation Market has allow, providing insights into the corporate profiles, financial position,…

‘Waiting with bated breath’: How student loan borrowers should prepare for Trump’s forbearance period to end this December – CNBC

President-elect Joe Biden has gone on record saying he will forgive student loans and extend coronavirus relief in 2021. But if your federal student loans are currently in forbearance under the Trump executive order, you should still prepare for repayment to resume in January. Nothing is guaranteed until Congress passes new legislation. “From a financial…

Money raised for Trump’s election fights would help cover campaign debt – CBS News

Washington With President Trump refusing to acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden’s victory and continuing to falsely declare himself as the winner of the White House, the president and his campaign are soliciting donations from supporters for an “election defense fund” designed to “defend the integrity” of the election. But the fine print shows that the full…