Biden Administration Expands Paycheck Protection Program to Reach Smaller Businesses

Starting on Wednesday, February 24, 2021, businesses with fewer than 20 employees are now granted a two-week period to apply for loans under the Paycheck Protection Program. This is great news for many smaller, minority-owned businesses who were unable to access loans from this program in the past. In this two-week period, businesses with more […]

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How Do I Know if I am Ready to File for Bankruptcy?

Nobody wants to imagine the day where they have to file for bankruptcy, however, if bills are piling up, you may find yourself in an overwhelming situation, and you may be considering your legal options going forward. Please continue reading and speak with our New York bankruptcy attorney to learn more about whether your situation […]

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What Should I Do if I Cannot Afford to Pay My Bankruptcy Filing Fee?

For many, bankruptcy is a frightening endeavor, as the word colloquially means something other than its true meaning. In truth, bankruptcy is a valuable tool that provides many homeowners across the country with a second chance, allowing them to get their finances back on track and back on their feet again. That being said, to […]

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Executive Order Extends Pause of Student Loan Payments and Eviction & Foreclosure Moratoriums

On President Joseph R. Biden’s first day in office, he signed several executive orders, many of which were designed to undo a significant amount of President Donald J. Trump’s policies. That being said, of these executive orders, there are two designed specifically to assist those who’ve incurred significant financial hardships as a result of the […]

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What You Need to Know if You Have Not Yet Received a Second Stimulus Check

If you are someone who qualified for the second round of stimulus checks, there is a good chance that you depended on that check to help pay rent, pay for groceries, or otherwise. Unfortunately, many individuals who were expecting to see their second stimulus payments through direct deposit were informed that they will not receive […]

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