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District 41 Candidates Discuss West Taos County | Policy

Two candidates vying for the District 41 seat in New Mexico debated Monday night (May 9) at a forum hosted by the Taos County Democratic Party. Incumbent Susan Herrera and newcomer Marlo Martinez are both competing to represent House District 41, which, while primarily encompassing Rio Arriba County, also includes western portions of Taos County […]

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Earned Wage Access Solutions Simplify Financial Access for Employees

(Source – Shutterstock) Earned Wage Access (EWA) service providers are increasingly in demand around the world thanks to the new working lifestyles that most workers demand today. While large enterprises would likely rely on EWA’s services, it is small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) that would rely heavily on it. Before the pandemic, most SMEs paid […]

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Claim Online Payday Loans for Unemployed at Filld.com – CryptoMode

If you are unemployed, you will struggle to cover your expenses. At some point, you may decide to borrow money from a direct lender. Will it be easy to do? It depends on many factors. Getting payday loans for unemployed can be a reasonable solution to your financial problems. But this can come with high […]

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QuickQuid and Pounds to Pocket borrowers receive payment news

Borrowers who were wrongly sold loans they couldn’t afford by two companies that went bankrupt will get a little more back than they expected. Around 78,500 QuickQuid and Pounds to Pocket borrowers will be reimbursed some of the interest and fees charged to them at a rate of 53.5p for each pound due over the […]

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True Pro-Life Beliefs Demand Our Attention | Opinion

The Supreme Court’s leaked opinions regarding Roe vs. Wade made the conversations very volatile; strong feelings are expressed regardless of which side of the issue you support. Strong opinions are good. Rhetoric that disrespects, belittles and devalues ​​the lives of others is not. Pro-lifers will argue that overthrowing Roe against Wade is essential to protecting […]

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COVID woes prompt more states to require financial literacy classes

Posted May 3, 2022 6:11 a.m. Elaine S. Povitch Stateline Studies have long shown that high school students are woefully misinformed about personal finances and how to manage them. But the COVID-19 pandemic, which has revealed how many American adults are living on the financial edge, has spurred ongoing efforts to make financial literacy classes […]

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“Broken” premises | AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PENSION PROFESSIONALS & ACTUARIES

Perhaps because of the full moon last week, the 401(k) “enemies” were out in force. Yes, last week we were treated to a Bloomberg Opinion Article with ideas on how to “fix” America’s broken retirement savings system, a backhanded compliment (sort of) on SECURE 2.0 in Forbes by Teresa Ghilarducci, and the trifecta was completed […]