Category: Finance

April 8, 2020 0

Germany has offered companies ‘unlimited’ loans to stop them from collapsing because of the coronavirus pandemic

By sophietarr2

Germany offers “unlimited” loans to all German companies affected by the coronavirus in an effort to protect its economy from collapse.Angela Merkel’s government announced the radical measure on Friday.The German Chancellor has warned that 70% of German people could contract the COVID-19 virus.Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. The German government is offering loans…

April 8, 2020 0

The right combination of Marriott credit cards can get you enough elite credits for Gold status — without stepping in a hotel room

By andrewwillason

Credit card reviews Best rewards credit cards Best cash back credit cards Best airline credit cards Best small business credit cards How to increase your credit score How to get your credit report for free What is an excellent credit score? What is a good credit score? Car insurance Life insurance Who needs disability insurance?…

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Coronavirus Shutdowns Have Decimated the Yearly High Season in New Orleans

By jayson7189

On Bourbon Street, the 24/7 bars have shuttered. Police cars and fire trucks outnumber mule-drawn carriages. A paper sign taped to the door of Beerfest, a hole-in-the-wall pub, reads, “Dear guest, Once you depart, please consider returning home.” Even though every Louisiana bar, restaurant, casino, and strip club is closed by government mandate until April…

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Making Money on OnlyFans Is a Lot Harder Than You Think

By tamika5108

Since the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) started spreading rapidly through North America in mid-March, Taylor Stevens, a 29-year-old cam model, has been working major overtime. Stevens used to work about 40 to 50 hours per week, she said. Now, she works about 80 and her income, which already allowed her to live comfortably, has doubled. She…

April 8, 2020 0

What It’s Like to Get an Abortion in Idaho

By vilmasalmon4478

Idaho’s abortion policy hasn’t received much stage time in the national debate about reproductive health, but the conservative-led state has, unsurprisingly, some of the more restrictive laws on the books. Some measures, like one passed in 2018 requiring the Idaho Department of Health and Welfare to gather information on abortion-related health complications (exceedingly rare, particularly…

April 8, 2020 0

What to Do if You’re Freaking Out About Your 401(k) Right Now

By allison7480

If you’ve looked at your 401(k) (or IRA, or any other investments) since Monday, you might feel really anxious—chances are, the money you’ve saved has taken a huge hit. Given all the turmoil in the stock market right now and people’s general panic around coronavirus, the world is kind of a shitshow right now, and…