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Andrea reveals the plan of a career White collar criminal who used an intricate check cashing idea to rip off companies. White collar criminal activity including but not limited to do like: price fixing, embezzlement, bribery, money laundering, consumer fraud, income tax fraud, and computer “hacking”. Day by day it will be increased, for this reason lots of companies loss big amount money.

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Trump Signs PPP Loan Extension, Labor Sec. Says ‘No’ To More Unemployment Benefits

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Trump Signs PPP Loan Extension, Labor Sec. Says ‘No’ To More Unemployment Benefits

Small business owners now have until August 8 to apply for a loan through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This is thanks to a bill signed by President Trump on Saturday.

The deadline to apply was June 30. However, more than $134 billion in funding still available according to the Small Business Administration. With this, President Trump extended the deadline so more businesses could benefit from the program.

The bill signed by President Trump also separated the authorized limits for loan commitments from other lending programs offered by the Small Business Administration.

PPP Statistics

According to the SBA, the PPP had awarded more than 4.7 million forgivable loans for more than $518 billion as of June 27.

Officials in the Trump administration said on Thursday that they will begin releasing information on the companies that have received more than $150,000 from the program. This is in an effort to address complaints about large, well-funded companies. These large companies receive PPP loans while many small or independently-owned businesses struggled to receive funding.

According to the US Treasury, approximately 5,300 borrowers have received almost 2.5 million loans worth $228 billion. That is roughly 44 percent of total PPP spending.

The SBA made an effort to address another complaint by small businesses. It has lowered the percentage of the loan balance that must be used to keep employees on the payroll. Previously, if more than 25% of the loan balance was used for purposes other than keeping employees on the payroll, the loan would have to be repaid. That threshold has been reduced to 60% of the loan balance used on employee salaries to make the loan forgivable.

The Program’s Significance

President Trump credits the Paycheck Protection Program with keeping an estimated 50 million Americans employed when they would otherwise have lost their jobs, preventing the unemployment rate from worsening as the country faced an economic shutdown.

The extension of the Paycheck Protection Program had unanimous bipartisan support. However, the July 31 deadline to extend the enhanced unemployment benefits will be hotly contested.

The latest high-ranking cabinet member to come out against extending the benefits is Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia.

During an interview on Fox News Sunday, Scalia said PPP loans serve as an “essential” part of the recovery. However, he doesn’t believe that $600-a-week enhanced unemployment benefits are needed beyond their July 31.

“It was a really important thing to do as we were shutting our economy down. Americans across the country were basically being told, and we needed to take measures, but they were basically being told, you can’t go to work right now and so we needed that substantial unemployment benefit. There are some states where you can get on an annual basis $75,000 a year right now on unemployment. As we reopen the economy, I don’t think we need a benefit like that.” he said.

Scalia added, “During the so-called Great Recession 10, 12 years ago when we had a downturn, The added federal unemployment benefit was $25 a week. What we did in the CARES Act was $600 a week.”

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Home Prices Too High?

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Diana Olick show results about home prices. She said that home prices finally stabilized or are they still too high? If you’re looking to buy a home in nearly any metro area on either coast of America, you know that the real estate boom never actually ended. The bigger reason is that there are so many more wealthy people now than in the past. So it’s checkmate in a lot of places for the middle class and professionals who aren’t in profitable industries.

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Inflation Nation: Prices on the Rise

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Sara Eisen looks rising consumer costs across the board and has been talking about rising prices. Kraft Foods “Beef, turkey and pork prices for our cold cuts have continued to increase and are at record highs as we speak.” Nike “ We expect average selling prices to increase driven by our ongoing focus on optimizing pricing and driving our product mix to premium.” Hershey such as cocoa, dairy and nuts have increased prices in this year. Mars, Netflix, PulteGroup, Pepsico rising prices.

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