Trump DOES Sign Pandemic Relief Law

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Photo by Scott Graham on Unsplash. Unexpectedly Trump did not sign the new pandemic relief law last week. Then after multiple objections, he unexpectedly signed it Sunday night. Late last weekend (on December 20) Congress announced it had a deal on a new pandemic relief law. That agreement was the topic of our blog post last week. Since our last … Read More

Congress Agrees to New Pandemic Relief

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Photo by Blogging Guide on Unsplash. Congressional leaders finally announced an agreement for new pandemic relief, extending unemployment benefits and new stimulus payments. On Sunday evening, December 20, 2020, the U.S. Senate Republican and Democratic leaders announced that they finally agreed on a new pandemic relief package. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the following on the floor of the Senate: … Read More

Chapter 13 and Your Vehicle Loan or Lease

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Photo by A n v e s h on Unsplash. Chapter 13 is more powerful and flexible than Chapter 7 in buying time on your vehicle loan or lease. It can even help more after a repossession. We’re in a series on the smart timing of your bankruptcy case. Last week we interrupted for a breaking story on the pandemic-based … Read More

No Federal Student Loan Payments through January

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Photo by Element5 Digital on Unsplash. The pandemic’s federal student loan forbearance period which was expiring at the end of December has been extended through January 31, 2021. On Friday, December 4, the Department of Education extended a forbearance period that was expiring on December 31, 2020. Its press release says “[f]ederal student loan borrowers will not be expected to … Read More