Legislative changes could bring flexibility to PPPs

The United States House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed the Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act of 2020 (the Senate passed it on June 4), which amended several provisions of the Paycheck Protection Program. Many of the changes to the House bill provide flexibility in the length of repayment and rehiring as …

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Dawn of February 25: He’s back: Vilsack is sworn in

Tom Vilsack officially bears the title of “Secretary of Agriculture” again. He was sworn in on Wednesday night and will address the media today. Read our report, which includes an update on Vilsack’s COFOG plans, here. House Ag focuses on climate A top U.S. agricultural leader tells lawmakers today that …

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OOIDA wants truck payments to take into account PPP loan amounts

OOIDA calls on Paycheck Protection Flexibility Act sponsors to include improvements that will benefit small business truckers. The Association on Wednesday, May 20 sent letters to Reps Chip Roy, R-Texas, and Dean Phillips, D-Minn., asking that HR6886 allow trucking companies to include truck payments, insurance payments and depreciation when calculating …

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Post-war report: Pashinyan missed the shot with Russian missile insult

Some untimely remarks on Russian weapons from Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan ruled the country on the precipice of a military coup this week, and the political crisis weighed heavily on the overall post-war recovery. In a February 23 maintenance with local television, Pashinyan said the Iskander missiles in the …

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‘Exciting’ Rhys Norrington-Davies replied to Chris Wilder’s message to Sheffield United at Stoke

When Rhys Norrington-Davies was first loaned out to Luton at the start of the season, he left with strict instructions from Chris Wilder ringing in his ears. “They have to go and play regularly, they have to go and tear it up and be the best player in the team …

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Balboa Capital Announces Increase in Equipment Loan Requests As Section 179 Deadline Approaches

Capital of Balboa reported an increase in investment in capital goods by small business owners who wish to take advantage of the current Section 179 tax deduction before it expires on December 31, 2020. “A significant number of small business owners are purchasing new or used equipment in the last …

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Does Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan go far enough?

Democratic presidential candidate, former vice president Joe Biden speaks at Alexis Dupont High … [+] School in Wilmington, Del. On Tuesday, June 30, 2020 (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky) ASSOCIATED PRESS Former Vice President Joe Biden, the alleged Democratic presidential candidate, released his student loan forgiveness plan in April, and …

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5 people arrested in Delhi after meeting with police, some may have links to terrorism

Five people were arrested after meeting with police in the Shakarpur area of ​​East Delhi and it is suspected that some of them may have links to terrorist groups, officials said on Monday. Two of them are from Punjab and three are from Kashmir, they said. Deputy Commissioner of Police …

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Electricity bill collection rate drops to 30%, utilities ask for loans

The decline in the rate of collection of electricity bills ranged from 10% to 30% in March in most of the Energy Community contracting parties, with Kosovo * and North Macedonia being the most affected, while the This month’s data shows another sharp drop. In the meantime, the electricity utilities …

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Tristan Borges joins Forge FC on loan

Hello, time traveler!This article has been published 3/5/2021 (210 days ago), the information it contains may therefore no longer be up to date. Pablo Ignorance (25) of Antigua FC slides to face Tristan Borges (19) of Hamilton Forge FC in the first half of Scotiabank CONCACAF League soccer action in …

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