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    After the heavy criticism that followed his refusal of a merger between Carrefour and the Canadian Couche-Tard, the Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, affirmed that France “ remains open to foreign investment “. This declaration, if it is in line with the desire for education proclaimed by the government, does not stand up to the daily observations of practitioners of advice to foreign investors. Despite the efforts made in particular since 2017, foreign investors, when they do not come up against political obstacles like Couche-Tard – justified or not – see their efforts above all thwarted by a series of typically French obstacles. In a way, it is only on the double condition of being a large group and not harming the country’s political and economic choices that they escape harassment and can borrow a kind of fast track. This is to forget that there are many...
    Why is Black History Month in February? How do you celebrate? Everything you need to know. How to watch Trump’s second impeachment trial like a boss 6 reasons to reevaluate your banking relationship on Valentine’s Day Most Americans are in banking relationships and they tend to last more than a decade. © GaudiLab/Getty Images Woman using a smartphone. Nearly 95 percent of American households have an account at a bank or credit union, according to a 2019 FDIC Survey and the average person has had a relationship with this financial institution for around 14 years, according to a Bankrate survey conducted in December 2020. Load Error These are six things to look for to make sure your banking relationship is still going strong.1. You’re not happy at your bankMany Americans have had a banking relationship since around the time the iPhone made its debut in 2007. Over the...
    Through its official Twitter account, the Ministry of Economy (SE) announced that today it begins the registration for the Financial Support Program for Family Microenterprises, known as Crédito a la Palabra 2021. In the same way, he informed that before the month of March and the electoral processes begin formally, 60 thousand Credits will be delivered to the word, for which a bag of 1.6 billion pesos has been allocated. Through a virtual press conference it was reported that the support that will be delivered will be 25 thousand pesos and that it will be given in a single exhibition. This type of credit is intended for individuals and companies, who have a period of three months to return the resources. In the case of individuals, they have a period of 33 months to return the money, so on average they would have to pay 823 pesos. If you are...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — The unemployment debit card accounts of tens of thousands of Californians have been hacked and frozen. KPIX has received e-mails from more than 300 victims since last October when we first exposed the massive hacks. We are now learning that Bank of America, which has the exclusive contract to handle the funds for the state Employment Development Department, is facing yet another class-action lawsuit. “I didn’t think this was possible. Like my stomach, my heart just dropped into my stomach and I felt, like, so shocked,” said Roland Oosthuizen. That was his reaction when he logged into his Bank of America EDD debit card account last September. “My account had been drained of $5,000 from the previous five days,” Oosthuizen said. His debit card had been hacked at various ATMs around town. He and his mother Rosemary Mathews spent hours on the phone to file a...
    New York : The IRS says that any refund you get – including stimulus checks owed to you – can only be deposited directly into banks in the United States. Photo: JUNG YEON-JE / . / . So far, the IRS has only three ways to send you an economic stimulus check that they owe you, or a new one that they will send. These forms are by direct deposit, by paper check in the mail, and as a prepaid EIP card by mail. Of these three shipping methods, direct deposit is the fastest. In fact, with this method you could have the money weeks in advance compared to the other two. So if you really need money from any stimulus check owed to you, your main concern should be setting up direct deposit shipping. But how to do this? When filing your tax return,...
    New York : People who set up direct deposit with the IRS are often among the first to receive the money when a new stimulus check is approved. Photo: ADEK BERRY / . / . So far, the IRS is sending the stimulus checks via direct deposit to a bank account you have or by mail, in the form of a paper check or as an EIP card. But without any doubt, direct deposit is the best shipping method for you. If when you file your 2020 tax return you set up a direct deposit account with the IRS that links directly to your bank account, you will have two great benefits. First, You will have the returns that are owed to you much faster, and this will include the money that the IRS owes you from the economic stimulus checks that you have not...
    By provision of the Bank of Mexico (Banxico), currently, banking institutions in Mexico already have the Interbank Electronic Payment System (SPEI) service, in addition to offering customers the alternative of mobile payments, with the aim of increasing the use of banking and boost payment through cell phones. However, there could be many people who so far do not use this technology, either because they prefer to go directly to banks or establishments to make their payments and financial operations, or because they do not know the requirements to open an online bank account. So here we tell you what you need to get it. What do you need to open an online bank account? Photo: Reformation. Requirements It is important to mention that each banking institution has different requirements, but the ones listed below are generally the ones that could be requested: You must have a...
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    3 National Guard members dead in Black Hawk crash in Idaho UN court takes on Iran-US sanctions case 4 Easy Ways to Bulk Up Your Bank Account © Provided by The Motley Fool 4 Easy Ways to Bulk Up Your Bank Account © Getty Images A bank figurine stands on top of a keyboard, on a key labeled deposit. Let's face it. No matter how dedicated you are to budgeting and saving, there are times when your bank account will end up on empty. All it takes is an expensive home repair or a broken timing belt on your car to wipe out your bank balance in no time flat. It can be pretty disheartening to open your banking app and find you have a flatlined account balance, especially when you're a few days from payday. Luckily, there are ways to both prepare and recover from these types of...
    New York : Using the online tool “Get My Payment” recipients of the second stimulus check can track it. Photo: Benjamin Dada / Unsplash He Internal Revenue Service (IRS) clarified on its website that, as part of the distribution process of the second round of stimulus checks, the beneficiaries will not be able to update the information online to request that the payment arrive through direct deposit. The process for distributing the “Economic Impact Payments” began at the end of last December with the first bank transfers. Many of the recipients were unable to use the money until January 4, the official payment date, even though the funds were reflected as deposited in the account. Those who received the money electronically are the Americans who provided the bank information before, some before the first stimulus check began to be distributed as part of last tax...
    For flight attendants, getting people to wear masks is now one of the hardest parts of the job Washington-area Republicans Bob Good, Andy Harris skip inauguration These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft The Highest Paying Cash Back Card Has Hit The Market Ad Microsoft 16 Highly Unnecessary Things People Waste Money On (You’re Guilty Of Many) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/16 SLIDES © Drazen Zigic / Getty Images/iStockphoto Being careless with a few dollars here and there can end up costing you a small fortune over time. Whether it’s accidentally overdrawing your bank account or choosing an out-of-network ATM in a pinch, you’re essentially throwing away...
    A SCORNED lover got revenge on her cheating boyfriend by using his Amazon account to buy £500 of films with titles such as Liar and Deceit. Lauren Lilley, 29, discovered Nathan Smith, had been seeing another woman and ended their two-year relationship. 8Lauren Lilley got revenge on her ex Nathan Smith after she found out he had been cheating on herCredit: Kennedy News and Media 8Lauren used Nathan's Amazon account to buy £500 of films and TV shows with titles such as Liar and DeceitCredit: Kennedy News and Media The single mum cried for days but then realised she was still logged into his Amazon account and could hit him where it hurt. She spent £500 on films and TV shows to stream online after throwing Nathan out with his belongings. The mum-of-one said: “It’s a creative way to get back at someone. I had fun doing it. “I’m definitely...
    President Joe Biden’s administration quickly came under criticism on Inauguration Day, after the Twitter page for the U.S. Ambassador to Israel was modified during the transition on Wednesday. The account was temporarily updated to say "U.S. Ambassador to Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza" from "U.S. Ambassador to Israel," which some thought might indicate a massive policy change suggesting the new administration did not count any territories in the West Bank as under Israel's control. However, the account has since been changed back to say "This is the official Twitter account of the U.S. Ambassador to Israel." The confusion unfolded after former ambassador David Friedman had vacated the post. Biden has not yet named a replacement for Friedman. US UN AMBASSADOR CRAFT CALLS FOR EVEN-HANDED TREATMENT OF ISRAEL, AS UN LOOKS TO LIFE UNDER BIDEN The change was noticed immediately by many, including Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla., who took to his own...
    The Twitter account for the U.S. ambassador to Israel suffered a potentially explosive diplomatic revision on Wednesday, with officials saying its description was inadvertently changed to read that it represented the U.S. mission to Israel, the West Bank and Gaza. The account's description quickly reverted back to say that it represented the U.S. ambassador to Israel only, but drew swift condemnation from at least one GOP lawmaker and attention from conservative media. Those who spotted the altered profile questioned whether the Biden administration was instituting a sweeping change in U.S. policy in how it deals with Israel, its settlements in the West Bank and territories under Palestinian control. "It's incredibly troubling the administration made this controversial move on Day One, w/o consulting w/Congress,” Rep. Michael McCaulMichael Thomas McCaulBiden urged to reverse Pompeo-Trump move on Houthis Kremlin critic Navalny detained in Moscow upon return to Russia Impeachment trial tests Trump's grip on Senate GOP MORE (R-Texas),...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — On Friday, CBS Los Angeles ran a story about a class action lawsuit that alleges Bank of America did not do enough to protect its California Employment Development Department customers from fraud. Victims of EDD fraud say they are skipping meals and falling behind on bills while waiting for Bank of America to address their claims and unfreeze their accounts. (CBSLA) Within moments of that story running, dozens of unemployed Californians reached out to Kristine Lazar — desperate for help getting their money back. “When I saw your exposé on the TV, I started crying, because, you know, I feel like I am beating my head against a wall,” Terri Lake, who lives in the San Fernando Valley, said. She said nearly $3,000 was taken out of her Bank of America EDD account in October at an ATM in Orange County. She has yet to see...
    A 49-year-old man was busted in Fairfield County for attempting to cash a fraudulent check. Johnny Rivera, of New Haven, was arrested on Monday, Jan. 4, at Union Saving Bank in Monroe for charges involving fraudulent activity, said Monroe Police Lt. Stephen Corrone. According to Corrone, around 3 p.m. the department received a complaint from employees of the Union Savings Bank concerning an individual who walked up to the drive-through window attempting to cash a check they believed to be fraudulent.  The employee told officers that Rivera presented a check drawn on an account held by Union Savings Bank in the amount of $3,312.65, Corrone said. Rivera presented two legitimate identifications since he was not a customer of the bank.  Bank policy states any check over $600 being cashed by a non-customer causes the account owner to be called to confirm the check. The customer confirmed the check was fraudulent, police said. Rivera was arrested and charged with...
    Dear Moneyist, My mom passed away. Three daughters shared power of attorney and are shared executors of her trust. As the youngest daughter, I worked full time, and was the primary cargiver for my mom for 8 years. I managed her activities of living, food, bathroom visits, medicine, medical appointments, and performed her dialysis etc. I managed her finances, including taxes, investments, and even reclaimed thousands of dollars for my mom due to a bad business deal she was involved in the past. In 2013, it upset my sisters when I was initially given POA, but I decided to share the responsibility and even enlisted an attorney to formally draft a trust. We were all present during this conversation. Years later, my sisters would only come down 2 times a year (sometimes less) to visit mom and did not do much at all to contribute to her care. ...
    Dear Amy: I have a very dear friend who I have known for many years. I share things with her that I never share with anyone else. Amy Dickinson  I have been trying to open a savings account with her as the beneficiary; however, I need her Social Security number to do this. With the pandemic, appointments at the bank are difficult to get. I opened an account with my son as the POD  [payable-on-death beneficiary] a few years ago, and he did not need to be there. He provided his Social Security number later. This time, when the bank manager finished the account, I said my friend would stop by with her SS number. The bank would not allow that. I called my friend and she was reluctant to provide it over the phone. She said she would come to the bank, so I waited, holding up other customers....
    Kissing passionately, this is Tiger Woods' former mistress Rachel Uchitel with her new boyfriend - married lawyer Ed Batts, 47, who dumped his wife and her three children five days before Christmas to be with the former nightclub hostess. Exclusive DailyMail.com video shows the pair canoodling at the Denver airport on December 13, as they made their way home from an illicit weekend at a luxury hotel in Jackson Hole, Wyoming where he picked up the $1,200 tab, down to a hairbrush and Tampax.  A week later, balding Batts left his wife of six years and her kids from a previous marriage behind in San Diego, California, for a new life in West Palm Beach, Florida with Uchitel, 45, and her eight-year-old daughter Wyatt. He now lives in a rented three-bedroom town home across the street from Uchitel's apartment block, although the two spend most of their time together and...
    Two Hudson Valley men -- one from Westchester and the other from Rockland -- have been arrested for allegedly attempting to close an Orange County bank account that didn't belong to them that had more than $200,000. The incident took place around 2:15 a.m., Tuesday, Dec. 29, when Monroe Police received a report of attempted fraud at the Chase Bank located at 456 Monroe Turnpike, said Lt. Stephen Corrone. According to Corrone, two men, identified as Leroy Brown, 70, of Mount Vernon, and Lucas Jerome, of Spring Valley, entered the bank and attempted to use fake identification to close an account that held more than $200,000, that did not belong to either of them. Bank personnel became suspicious when Brown was unable to pronounce the name of the account holder correctly. They then kept the ID's and called police, while both men fled the bank, Corrone said.  Based upon a...
    Ally Bank is offering to create a savings account with $250 for all babies that are born before midnight on Dec. 31, 2020, the bank told CNBC on Thursday. The bank wrote in a press release earlier this month: Theres no denying 2020 has been an extraordinarily difficult year, but with each new baby born, theres been reason for hope. Ally Bank is celebrating that hope by offering $250 in a custodial online savings account to all babies born on Dec. 31, 2020. Like these babies, Ally was made for the new era, one thats far more digital than ever, and this is our way of giving the future a financial head-start. A spokesperson for Ally Bank told CNBC Select in a statement, It’s our way of ending 2020 on a positive note. In a message addressing the children themselves, Ally Bank wrote, When you arrive, theres a custodial online savings account waiting for you, and...
    Dear Moneyist, I don’t even know where to start but here it goes. My dad passed away recently. He served our country for 22 years. He was very ill and told no one. When he died at the hospital in Savannah, Ga., his sister just watched him die, and left me to take care of everything. I had to go to his apartment, take care of his car, and find a funeral home in Georgia to transport his body to Puerto Rico where he will be buried. At his apartment I found a little card, very simple card with his sister’s name and also an account number. This card was just a laminated piece of paper. I called the bank, and I was told that his sister was listed as an authorized person on my father’s account. Remember, when my dad died she left me to take care of everything....
    Maryland leaders call on Hogan to release reserves for pandemic relief Another Black woman says she was fired at Google this month These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/8 SLIDES © Africa Studio / Shutterstock.com If someone would’ve told me a year ago that I’d spend the bulk of 2020 in my house, social distancing from a deadly pandemic, I would’ve thought they were crazy — but here we are. This year has truly been unprecedented, and if you’re like many people, the chaos has been hard on your wallet. Read More: What Experts Say 2021 Will Look Like for Your Money As a freelance writer, I’ll earn less than ever this year. I lost a big client just a few weeks into...
    CHICAGO -- Thieves are robbing banks without walking even into them, taking money right out of one man's life savings.Mechanic and small business owner Edward Swanigan is devastated, and now he's warning others to make sure you keep a close eye on your bank accounts and statements."It's taken a big toll. I'm really depressed," said Edward Swanigan.Swanigan owns an auto repair shop in Chicago's K-Town. He's deposited money into his company account at his local Chase branch a couple times a month for 11 years.But this year was different."Someone from Chase collection agent called me to collect on a $5,000 overdraft," Swanigan said.That's because more than $23,000 has been withdrawn by criminals who somehow stole his debit card information linked to the account. The transactions were from places he's never even been all over the world."It was 2, 3, 4 10 transactions a day. Every day of the week," he...
    A man was arrested in Fairfield County after allegedly withdrawing more than $25,000 from a bank account that did not belong to him. Igor Injomar Corporan, 24, of the Bronx, was arrested on Thursday, Dec. 10, when Chase Bank contacted Fairfield Police at 2:42 p.m. to report a man in their branch making several suspicious withdrawals from an account, said Lt. Antonio Granata. An investigation revealed that Corporan attempted to make four withdrawals on the same day from a Chase Bank account that did not belong to him, Granata said.  A $9,500.00 withdrawal was made by Corporan at the Bridgeport Chase Bank on Thursday. He then went to the Fairfield Chase Branch and withdrew $8,500.00, followed by an attempted withdrawal of $5,500.00, 45 minutes later at that same Fairfield Branch, he added.  Bank employees recognized the potential fraud and stalled that transaction while waiting for police. Officers arrived at the bank...
    STIMULUS checks could soon be on their way to millions of Americans and now's the perfect time to do some prep so you can get the money faster. Here are a few simple things you can do now to speed things up when the checks start landing. 1A second stimulus hasn't been agreed by politicians yetCredit: Getty Images - Getty 1. Update your address If you've moved house since getting your last stimulus check, or since you filed your 2019 tax return, it's time to update people about it. Specifically, you need to tell the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and US Postal Service (USPS). Doing this means the check will be sent to where you live now, rather than a previous address, You can update the IRS here with your new address and USPS here. Even if you get the stimulus check paid directly into your bank account, you should...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. If your bank has lowered rates on your savings account, don’t take it personally. It’s not you, it’s them. Interest rates have dropped across the board, and they’re likely to stay low for a while. Yes, your savings may be earning smaller yields, but with a little time and attention, there are still ways to eke out growth. Why are rates so low? Banks tend to lower or raise interest rates in response to actions from the Federal Reserve. The Fed, in turn, makes decisions based on economic conditions. When the economy needs a boost, moves by the Fed generally cause rates to drop. Why? Interest rate decreases can encourage businesses and people to take out loans, increase spending and stimulate the economy. (Rate increases in a strong economy, on the other hand, can help slow inflation.) With the ongoing pandemic, the...
    Overdraft fees are at all-time highs amid the pandemic.Ivan-balvan | iStock | Getty Images When the pandemic brought American life to a halt in mid-March, Erin Madden was furloughed from her job as a bartender at Hollywood Burbank Airport in California. Difficulty finding new work and a delay in her unemployment benefits caused her checking account to drop into the negative. Her bank, Wells Fargo, dinged her multiple overdraft fees of $35. "Every penny has mattered this year, so it was really depressing to have to throw $70 out the window," said Madden, 28. "The amount they charged me would have been enough for two weeks' worth of groceries." More from Personal Finance:Here's what to do before making a charitable donationAnti-spending movement gains speed ahead of the holidaysPandemic sends most young adults home to mom and dad In March, federal regulators encouraged banks to waive their overdraft fees amid the...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 7 on Your Side has been reporting on the latest difficulty facing unemployed Californians. Bank of America has been draining money out of thousands of EDD bank accounts -- leaving many with no money to live on.RELATED: California prosecutors reveal how Scott Peterson's name may be linked to unemployment scamNow a bipartisan group of 59 state lawmakers has fired off a letter to Bank of America's CEO demanding to know why it's happening.The bank is vague with answers, only citing the Employment Development Department's crackdown on fraud but lawmakers say it's taking money from honest workers just when they need it most.7 on Your Side told you about Michael Conant, a laid-off hotel worker in San Francisco.He watched as all $16,800 evaporated from his EDD account."You guys took $16,000 from the account. Where did it go?" he asked. "They left nothing in there. There was nothing...
    Third Cincinnati council member arrested on federal corruption charges Mayfair Mall shooting: Multiple people wounded in active shooting near Milwaukee Seniors On Medicare Are Getting a Big Pay Day in 2020 Ad Microsoft Expert: “This credit card is so good I signed up personally” Ad Microsoft The 23 Hottest Gifts of 2020 Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/16 SLIDES © MoneyWise 15 ways to pad your bank account, starting this weekend We're guessing you could use at least a little more money right about now. Right? Maybe you're struggling to make ends meet as the latest, ugliest wave of the coronavirus brings new lockdowns and business closures. Or maybe you could...
    The Federal Reserve is proposing to lower the amount of money required for banks to keep detailed records of money transferred outside the country. The proposal from the Federal Reserve and the Financial Crime Enforcement Network would have banks keep records of international financial transactions at or under $250 instead of the original $3,000.
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Bank accounts are being emptied out. The I-Team is getting more complaints from consumers of a popular online bank who say criminals hacked their accounts.The scammers are pretending to be from the real bank. Now, the I-Team is now finding that thieves could be reaching out to bank customers directly in a phishing scheme.RELATED: Women say large sums of money disappeared from online bank account EMBED More News Videos Two local women turned to the I-Team after they said large amounts of cash were syphoned from their online bank accounts. Corinne Dickholtz of Schiller Park said she got a text, then call, from a phone number identified as Chime Bank. She thought they were real warnings about activity on her account."They had my full social, they had my full credit card number, my home address, my email," she said. "It's like someone from inside Chime was actually...
    An HBCU grad galvanized voters in Georgia and another one is making history as vice president elect Everyday items that didnt exist a decade ago How to check and change your billing address © Jose Luis Pelaez Inc/Getty Images Cardholder checking her billing address © Provided by Bankrate Every time you move to a new address, make sure you change your billing address with your credit card issuer. Why? Two reasons. An accurate credit card billing address helps ensure that important card-related mail, such as your monthly credit card statement, is sent to the right place. Keeping your billing address updated also helps protect you from potential identity theft. Load Error So what is your billing address used for? And how can you change your credit card billing address? Let's take a close look at how billing addresses work, including how to find the billing address of a...
    Hours after election watch party and protest, D.C. streets calm Wednesday as ballots are counted Two-thirds of Europes entire population are now under some form of lockdown or new restrictions in the face of a new COVID-19 surge 6 reasons to be unbanked or underbanked The U.S. financial system has a massive reach - more than 5,000 banks and more than 5,100 credit unions are scattered across the country. However, plenty of Americans never step inside their branches, download their apps or deposit money in their accounts. They're known as the unbanked, and the most recent numbers from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) show that 5.4 percent of U.S. households - approximately 7.1 million - are part of the unbanked population. © @TatianaMara/Twenty20 A man buys groceries with cash. In addition to those who do not have a checking or savings account at a traditional bank or credit...
    Former Vice President and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden hit back at President Donald Trump during the debate in response to attacks involving his son Hunter Biden, bringing up Trump’s secret Chinese bank account and failure to release his tax returns. At Thursday night’s final presidential debate, Trump attacked Biden over recently-reported emails, insinuating that the former VP was being paid by foreign countries. But just as Fox News’ Chris Wallace warned he would, Biden struck back with a withering rejoinder. Biden began his response by saying “I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life,” then went to work on Trump. “We learned that this president paid 50 times the tax in China, has a secret has a secret bank account with China, does business in China, and in fact is talking about me taking money?” Biden said. “I have not taken a...
    President Barack Obama returned to the campaign trail on Wednesday and gave a blistering critique of just how 'crazy' things are under President Donald Trump.  'Can you imagine if I had had a secret Chinese bank account when I was running for re-election?' the Democrat said at a drive-in-style event in Philadelphia. 'They would have called me Beijing Barry!'  Obama, on the stump for Democratic nominee Joe Biden, pointed out that some of the conspiracy theories Trump has pushed on Twitter would barely be tolerated by a 'crazy uncle' with a 'lie every day,' as he begged Pennsylvanians to vote in the key swing state.  President Barack Obama went after President Donald Trump during his first trip back on the campaign trail Wednesday in Philadelphia  President Barack Obama wore a VOTE mask at the beginning and end of his remarks as he hammered President Donald Trump coronavirus response 
    Donald Trump maintains a secret bank account in China where he pursued business deals for years, according to a bombshell report that could undermine the president’s election campaign claim that he is tough on Beijing. Tax records reviewed by the New York Times showed a previously unreported bank account controlled by the company Trump International Hotels Management. The account paid $188,561 in taxes in China between 2013 and 2015 in connection to potential licensing deals, according to the newspaper. Earlier investigating by the Times caused outrage when it was revealed that the president had paid just $750 in US taxes in 2016 and 2017, as The Inquisitr reported in September. The recent tax records also showed Trump invested at least $192,000 in five companies that were pursuing business connections in China. Those companies claimed $97,400 in expenses, and received payments as recently as 2018. This would not be the first...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump spent a decade unsuccessfully pursuing projects in China, operating an office there during his first run for president and forging a partnership with a major government-controlled company, The New York Times reported Tuesday. China is one of only three foreign nations — the others are Britain and Ireland — where Trump maintains a bank account, according to a Times analysis of the president’s tax records. The foreign accounts do not show up on Trump’s public financial disclosures, where he must list personal assets, because they are held under corporate names. The Chinese account is controlled by Trump International Hotels Management LLC, which the tax records show paid $188,561 in taxes in China while pursuing licensing deals there from 2013 to 2015. In response to questions from The Times, Alan Garten, a lawyer for the Trump Organization, said the company had “opened an account with...
    DONALD Trump's tax returns have show that the president still maintains a bank account in China, according to The New York Times. The Times said that an account controlled by Trump International Hotels Management LLC paid $188,561 in taxes in China from 2013 to 2015. 2 President Donald Trump's tax returns have shown that he reportedly maintains a bank account in ChinaCredit: AFP or licensors 2 Trump International Hotels Management LLC paid $188,561 in taxes in China from 2013 to 2015Credit: Getty - Contributor The report comes after the newspaper revealed that Trump paid just $750 in taxes in the U.S. during 2016 and 2017, as well as no federal income tax during 10 out of 15 years, beginning in 2000. In addition to the China account, Trump reportedly also has bank accounts in the United Kingdom and Ireland, which are held by companies that operate Trump's golf courses in...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump spent a decade unsuccessfully pursuing projects in China, operating an office there during his first run for president and forging a partnership with a major government-controlled company, The New York Times reported Tuesday. China is one of only three foreign nations — the others are Britain and Ireland — where Trump maintains a bank account, according to a Times analysis of the president’s tax records. The foreign accounts do not show up on Trump’s public financial disclosures, where he must list personal assets, because they are held under corporate names. The Chinese account is controlled by Trump International Hotels Management LLC, which the tax records show paid $188,561 in taxes in China while pursuing licensing deals there from 2013 to 2015. In response to questions from The Times, Alan Garten, a lawyer for the Trump Organization, said the company had “opened an...
    Laura Loomer's unlikely path to a Republican nomination for Congress includes three arrests for media stunts, being banned from major social media platforms, her bank account frozen for what was deemed anti-Muslim hate speech, her green Audi Q5 egged and a stalker who is a registered sex offender.   She's also received countless death threats and faces a barrage of outlandish rumors, including that she underwent gender reassignment surgery or that she's on the payroll of the Mossad the Israeli intelligence service.  But if she beats out four-term incumbent Democrat Lois Frankel in Florida's battleground of District 21, the 27-year-old would also be the youngest person ever elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.  While the best-known facts about Loomer are the outrageous and often offensive things she says – like describing Islam as 'a cancer on humanity' – few know about Loomer's private life.  In an exclusive interview, Loomer invited DailyMail.com to her...
    For the ones who wondered if Aditya Narayan has gone bankrupt and yet he’s getting married by this year-end, here’s a refusal coming straight from the horse’s mouth. The singer in his recent interaction with ZoomTV.com has refuted the claims of going bankrupt and has, in fact, explained the scenario that led to this confusion in the first place. So yes folks, his financial condition is very stable and there’s nothing to worry about it. So how did these reports of him having 18,000 in his account started surfacing? The singer has a reply to it. “They (the media house) had actually asked whether do you think Government has done right by opening malls, shoot and offices amid coronavirus lockdown. And I told them that I could tell my personal perspective on it. I said that after 7 to 8 months, even I am feeling the crunch because, in...
    The founder of a fake Black Lives Matter charity was arrested in Ohio Friday after spending $200,000 given to the organization on a home, guns, and suits, authorities said. Sir Maejor Page, 32, also known as Tyree Conyers Page, was arrested Friday shortly after a raid on a Toledo, Ohio, home, the New York Post reported. Federal agents said Page ran social media accounts for Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta, but its nonprofit status was revoked in 2019 when the required paperwork was not filed. A bank account was set up for Black Lives Matter of Greater Atlanta in 2018, with Page as the sole owner of the account, the Kansas City Star reported. Authorities said the amount of money in the organization’s bank account never topped more than $5,000 until the George Floyd protests in May. Between June and August, the group received more than $465,000 in donations that...
    Breonna Taylor case: Officer charged to appear in court Walmart has reportedly picked 2 gas-station billionaire brothers as preferred bidders for Asda, its $8.4 billion UK grocery chain 5 reasons to have multiple savings accounts Savings accounts are one of the best ways for people to set aside their extra cash. A good savings account keeps your money safe and pays interest, which can help your balance grow over time. © MoMo Productions/Getty Images Single mother playing with young sons in front of house Many people assume they only need to have one savings account to meet their needs, but that isn't always the case. You can open multiple savings accounts at the same bank or at several different banks. There are many reasons having multiple accounts can be useful, and it doesn't impact your credit, so there's little reason not to open extra savings accounts if you find...
    Dear Moneyist, My stepfather passed away in 2019 after being in a nursing home for eight months on Medicaid. I quit my job and have lived with mom since March 2019 as she has congestive heart failure and kidney disease. I have been here for nearly two years caring for her. I have reached a point where I don’t want to live here. I feel like I’m trapped with no help from my brothers. The Moneyist:My late husband did not see his son in 30 years. Should I mail his son photos and other memorabilia — and risk him making a claim on his estate? I would like to move to be closer to my daughter. I am also concerned that, when she does pass, I will be left with nothing and nowhere to live. Her will states that her house is to be sold and split between myself...
    By TRESA BALDAS, Detroit Free Press DETROIT (AP) — They beat her when she was down. At 57, Christina Ihlenfeldt is reeling with heartache, anger and regret — gut-wrenching regret. In just one week, she buried her husband, became unemployed and then got taken for $30,000 by online scammers pretending to be with Best Buy’s Geek Squad. This wasn’t supposed to happen to her, she would later think. She was college educated and tech savvy. She had a legal background, worked with computers her entire work life and helped major corporations process patent payments. But she was emotionally and mentally drained after her husband’s death, she said, and the slick con artists lay in waiting. “They knew I was a widow,” the Clinton Township woman told the D etroit Free Press. “And they were very prepared. … I keep thinking, ‘How could I have let this happen? ’ ” And...
    Report: Giants-Padres cleared to play doubleheader Sunday after negative COVID-19 tests This Is the Absolute Best Day of the Week to Go to Target 3 Ways You Can Get Your Bank to Pay You © Provided by The Motley Fool 3 Ways You Can Get Your Bank to Pay You © Getty Images Bank teller assisting a customer with cash transaction. When most people think of banks, they think of a place that will hold their cash or perhaps lend them money that they must pay back. Few think of banks as places that give money without any expectation of being paid back, but they do just that all the time. Here's a look at three ways banks pay customers. If you're in the market for a new bank account or you could just use a little extra cash right now, see if one of the following appeals to...
    Don’t fall for it. Fraudsters have been making the rounds, looking to take advantage of the COVID-19 crisis, posing as contact tracers seeking personal information from suspect victims amid the pandemic. Since the outbreak began six months ago, contact tracing has become a vital tool as health officials seek to identify positive COVID-19 cases, tracing back to the people they’ve been in contact with and isolating them to help curtail the spread of the virus. Recently, some state and federal officials issued a warning that some scammers have been posing as contact tracers, using that faux identity to ascertain credit card and bank information from some victims. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, “contact tracing, a core disease control measure employed by local and state health department personnel for decades, is a key strategy for preventing further spread of COVID-19. “Communities must scale up and train a...
    20-year-old college football player Jamain Stephens has died of COVID-19 complications Unique Etsy Gifts for Everyone on Your List This Year SunTrust Bank savings bonus: Up to $400 If you have been thinking about switching to a brand new checking account, it's well worth looking into whether the bank is offering any cash bonuses. Some banks offer bonuses to new customers which is great news for anyone looking to boost their savings. SunTrust and BB&T have now merged to become Truist Bank, but they still offer separate products for now. SunTrust is giving new customers the chance to get a bonus of up to $400. © LightField Studios/Shutterstock A man goes on his smartphone. SunTrust currently has two savings bonuses, depending on what type of checking account you open. Both have quite strict criteria to get the bonus, but if you can meet them, it's a great way to...
    Jiko CEO Stephane LintnerSource: Jiko A tiny start-up led by a former Goldman Sachs trader has become the first fintech firm to complete the acquisition of a nationally-regulated U.S. bank, CNBC has learned. Jiko, a 23-person company founded by Stephane Lintner, has closed a deal to purchase Mid Central National Bank, a 63-year old retail bank based in Minnesota, according to people with knowledge of the transaction. The start-up secured approval for the move from the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, these people said. The move by Jiko, which bills itself as a new kind of bank, gives it broad access to the highly-regulated U.S. market. Fintech firms have to choose one of three ways to break into this market: acquire a banking institution, apply to become a chartered bank, or partner with an existing lender. Most of the new...
    Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro threatened to punch a reporter in the face on Sunday for questioning payments made to his wife’s bank account relating to alleged family corruption. Bolsonaro’s remark was recorded on audio by Brazil daily newspaper O Globo after one of its reporters asked the president about deposits made to the bank account of his wife, First Lady Michelle Bolsonaro, by one of his son’s former aides, Reuters reported. AMAZON CONTINUES TO BURN IN 2020 WITH WILDFIRES DESPITE PROMISES TO SAVE IT “I want to punch you in the face, OK?” Bolsonaro replied to the reporter, according to audio released by the paper. Earlier this month, local media reported Fabricio Queiroz, a former aide to Bolsonaro’s eldest son, now Sen. Flavio Bolsonaro, deposited 72,000 Brazilian reais ($12,812) into the first lady’s bank account between 2011 and 2018. The younger Bolsonaro had been a state legislator at the time....
    Deshaun Watson: I’m trying to create history and make a dynasty 5 Best Waist-Shrinking Secrets, According to a Celeb Trainer TD Bank agrees to pay $122 million to settle claims it employed illegal overdraft practices TD Bank on Thursday agreed to pay $97 million in restitution to approximately 1.42 million customers, as well as a $25 million civil penalty to settle allegations brought by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that it engaged in illegal overdraft fee practices.  © Provided by CNBC Customers at a TD Bank in New York City practice social distancing in April 2020. Banks typically charge overdraft fees when you overdraw your checking account. Instead of having your debit card declined or the purchase canceled, your bank will cover the difference and charge you an overdraft fee. TD Bank, for example, charges $35 when you overdraft your account by more than $5 and levies up to...
    North Carolina state Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, resigned Thursday ahead of accepting a federal plea deal on two fraud charges. Lewis pled guilty to a federal misdemeanor charge of giving a false statement to a bank and a federal felony tax evasion charge in exchange for a reduced sentence. "I hereby resign from the 53rd District of the House of Representatives, effective immediately," Lewis wrote in his three-sentence resignation letter to House Speaker Tim Moore, R-Cleveland. "I want to thank the people of Harnett County for the privilege of serving them for the past 17 and a half years. It has been an honor of a lifetime." Lewis funneled $65,000 of his campaign funds to his business, Lewis Farms, court documents said. Lewis wrote checks for $50,000 and $15,000 to NC GOP Inc. in 2018. Instead of paying the North Carolina Republican Party, Lewis deposited the...
    Power Rankings: Denny Hamlin climbs to No. 1 Signs of poor health women should never ignore 5 ways to cash a check without a bank account If you have a checking or savings account at a federally insured bank, you should have no trouble cashing a check there. © Joe Raedle/Getty Images 4 Ways to cash a check without a checking account But for the millions of people without a bank account, check cashing is not as easy. Approximately 8.4 million U.S. households, comprising 14.1 million adults, don’t have a bank account, according to a 2017 survey from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Load Error There are ways to cash a check without a bank account, but they cost more money, often require more time and involve more risk than check cashing at a bank where you have an account. Here are five options:1. Check cashing at the...
    Your 2020 NBA Playoffs first round announcing schedule 33 Bulbs You Need to Plant This Fall for a Beautiful Spring Garden Debit card spending limits: Here’s how to increase yours It doesn't matter how much cash you have in your checking account, a daily debit card limit could cause your purchases to be declined. © monkeybusinessimages/Getty Images Woman holding card while looking at laptop. Peter Gwaltney, president and CEO at the North Carolina Bankers Association, ran into a problem with daily debit card limits while purchasing a new engine. He says there was plenty of money in his account, but the transaction was declined. So he called his bank. Load Error "They raised the limit for that day to the amount that I asked for based on the transaction that I was anticipating," Gwaltney says. "And everything worked fine." Daily debit card limits help protect the amount a...
    “Hi, is that Xinlu Liang?” The caller, speaking in Chinese, woke me from a nap. “This is a call from UPS. You have a suspicious package blocked at Chinese customs” in Beijing. The person on the other end of the line said he was checking the information on the mailing label. “If you didn’t send this package, then your personal information may have been leaked. We suggest you report this to the Chinese police.” I’d arrived in Los Angeles just 45 days earlier — at the end of June 2019 — to start work on a master’s degree in journalism at USC, and every day was a struggle: seven hours of classes, Tuesday through Friday, followed by many more hours of writing. I lived in an apartment near campus, with a roommate I didn’t really know. I had few friends — and little familiarity with American customs. And I had,...
    A Rockland County man was arrested after attempting to withdraw tens of thousands of dollars from a closed bank account using a fake ID on Long Island, police said. Stony Point resident Ravid Abdul, 52, was inside Dime Community Bank on Old Country Road in Westbury at 12:15 p.m. on Monday, Aug. 10, Suffolk County Police said, when he attempted to withdraw $29,000 from an account using fraudulent identification. According to the Nassau County Police Department, an employee of the bank became suspicious when processing the request and further investigation determined that the account was previously closed due to prior fraudulent activity. The bank teller alerted the police, who were able to arrest Abdul without incident. Abdul, 52, was charged with criminal possession of a forged instrument, attempted grand larceny, and identity theft.  He is scheduled to be arraigned in First District Court in Mineola on Tuesday, Aug. 11. 
    NHL playoff games today: Full TV schedule to watch the 2020 Stanley Cup playoffs, series by series Best Apartment Security Systems for 2020 How to start saving money There's no question that saving money can be hard. But every dollar you can stash away is well worth it. © etonastenka/Shutterstock A woman researches on her phone. Only 40 percent of Americans have more than $1,000 in the bank to cover an unexpected expense. Still, saving is important because without an emergency fund you'll be forced to use credit cards that charge high interest rates to pay for unexpected expenses like a car repair or emergency room visit. Load Error The good news? There are a number of ways to start saving money and you can get started today. Every little bit that you can set aside helps. Every deposit, no matter the size, will get you closer to...
    Day says Ohio St. could switch conferences This Is Exactly How Long Baking Staples Last How to Get Started If You’ve Never Had a Bank Account Managing your money without a bank account is doable. But it can pose challenges — and the COVID-19 pandemic has only added more. © Getty Images You can work toward getting a bank account, even if you've had challenges in the past Your economic impact payment might’ve arrived weeks or months after others’ did, in the form of a check or prepaid debit card, because you couldn’t choose the faster delivery option of direct deposit into a bank account. And if you’ve gone to the store lately, you may have been asked to pay with a debit or credit card or in exact change due to a nationwide shortage of coins and concerns over germ transmission. Load Error A bank account can...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A disbarred Beverly Hills lawyer pleaded guilty Monday to a federal criminal charge for scheming to steal more than $500,000 from a client he represented in bankruptcy proceedings and then use part of the money to pay off a $75,000 debt. Alan F. Broidy, 65, pleaded guilty to a one-count information charging him with interstate transportation of stolen property. According to his plea agreement, Broidy was hired to represent GRL-Mesa Investments LLC, a Phoenix-based company that filed for Chapter 11 protection in United States Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles in December 2015. In August 2016, the bankruptcy case was resolved and dismissed. Broidy was directed by the court to hold $2,469,926 in a client trust account – funds derived from the sale of assets belonging to GRL-Mesa’s bankruptcy estate. This money was supposed to be distributed to Mesa’s creditors. Although he transferred a total of $1,937,400...
    Managing your money without a bank account is doable. But it can pose challenges — and the COVID-19 pandemic has only added more. Your economic impact payment might’ve arrived weeks or months after others’ did, in the form of a check or prepaid debit card, because you couldn’t choose the faster delivery option of direct deposit into a bank account. And if you’ve gone to the store lately, you may have been asked to pay with a debit or credit card or in exact change due to a nationwide shortage of coins and concerns over germ transmission. A bank account can make life easier in these situations, among others. To avoid future issues, consider opening one — or try again if you’ve been rejected in the past. Here’s a guide to getting started. ASSESS YOUR MONEY NEEDS If you’re one of the 14 million adults without a bank account in...
    Beware of fake access points Fake routers are designed to look legitimate, but they are controlled by hackers. With this popular method, called Attack of Man in the Middle (man-in-the-middle), the invader tries to interpose between us and our personal information stored on a bank website or in an email. To avoid such incidents, if you don’t know who the network belongs to or who manages it, just don’t use it. Wherever you are, check with the owner of the establishment where you find the name of the network before connecting to it. Avoid checking your bank account For the same reasons that it is not desirable for us to make purchases online on a public Wi-Fi, you should avoid consulting any web or financial application while you are on a public Wi-Fi network. Of course, sometimes we have to verify our bank accounts while we are traveling or...
    Nobody is rooting for the coronavirus and to suggest otherwise is just stupid Melania Trumps briliiant Rose Garden idea (opinion) Hong Kong Council Adviser Says Account Closure Not Tied to Law (Bloomberg) -- A top adviser to Hong Kong’s leader clarified that the closure of one of his U.S. bank accounts is unrelated to China’s new security law for the city. © Bloomberg Bernard Chan Bernard Chan, a convener of the advisory Executive Council, said the bank closed his account and refunded his money as global regulators have been asking banks to screen for politically exposed persons -- individuals with prominent political or public-sector functions. Load Error “This is my bank account in U.S. -- closed before NSL is even introduced,” Chan said in an email Tuesday, referring to the national security law enacted on Hong Kong at the end of June. “My other U.S. bank accounts are...
    A Connecticut woman has admitted to embezzling more than $400,000 from her employers in Fairfield County through a series of fraud and tax offenses. Melissa Meole, 35, of North Branford, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and filing false tax returns for multiple schemes that spanned several years. Meole, who was employed at the Bridgeport Health Care Center Inc., was responsible for processing payroll and for handling the finances of the Bridgeport Manor resident trust account. U.S. Attorney John Durham said that from 2015 to October 2018, Meole stole more than $415,000 by writing checks to cash out of the facilities’ resident trust accounts, which held the personal funds of residents. Meole then deposited the cash into her personal bank account.  Durham said Meole also stole more than $29,000 by writing false payroll checks to current and former employees and then depositing those checks into her bank account by forging...
    Coronavirus updates: Health experts call for country to shut down again; Fauci says he has security after getting threats Help Out-of-Work Cooks by Supporting Their Side Hustles 7 ways to avoid monthly checking fees It’s harder to conduct everyday financial transactions, like paying a bill, without a checking account. But many banks and credit unions charge you a monthly fee for having one. And that’s on top of other charges that banks typically levy, such as overdraft and ATM fees. © fizkes/Shutterstock An older couple reviews a bill. Thankfully, there are ways to get around checking account fees. Here is how you can avoid paying those charges. Load Error 1. Meet the minimum balance requirementIt’s all too easy to fork over at least $65 a year in monthly maintenance fees for a non-interest checking account and $100 a year in monthly maintenance fees for an interest-bearing checking account....
    I am someones daughter too. Read Rep. Ocasio-Cortezs full speech responding to Rep. Ted Yoho Coronavirus updates: Health experts call for country to shut down again; Fauci says he wouldnt eat inside a restaurant because of COVID-19 What to do if you can’t open a bank account Setting up a bank account can be the first step to getting your financial future on track. But not everyone has a checking or savings account. © goodluz/Shutterstock A man researches online. If you are struggling to open a bank account, you aren't alone. Many consumers are unable to open bank accounts if they have a history of mismanaging their funds. No matter what circumstances brought you to this point, there are still options. Although it may take some time, you will likely be able to open a bank account with some persistence. Load Error Let's dive into what you should...
    After failing to pay back her debts to American Express, Tori Spelling had money from her bank accounts seized in April. According to documents obtained by Us Weekly, a writ of execution was ordered in March 2020 and executed within a month later by Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. The 47-year-old actress’ debt to the credit card company reportedly totaled $88,731.25. Spelling was first sued by American Express for failing to pay her credit card bill in 2016. TORI SPELLING'S CREDITOR TURNS TO LOS ANGELES SHERIFF'S OFFICE FOR ASSISTANCE IN GETTING STAR TO PAY UP $89G DEBT The "Beverly Hills, 90210" alum is no stranger to financial struggles. Back in February 2019, she and her husband, Dean McDermott, were served with papers from City National Bank. The bank claimed the couple allegedly declined to pay more than $205,000 in debt. In May 2017, City National Bank ordered the couple to pay a judgment of $202,066, The Sun reported....
    Report: Stage set for Steph Curry-hosted PGA Tour event in fall 2021 Soludos Has a New Vegan Leather Sneaker That Goes With Everything in Your Closet How to open a savings account: Here are the steps to take Opening a savings account is an important step on the path toward a healthy financial life. © Hero Images/Getty Images Woman using laptop Almost every bank and credit union in the U.S. offers a savings account. These accounts are not only a great way to keep your money safe, but they help grow your savings through the interest they pay. If you want to open a savings account, whether you're saving for a specific goal or want to set some cash aside for a rainy day, this step-by-step guide will help you get started.How to open a savings account (step-by-step)Banks and credit unions do their best to make it easy to...
    Actress Tori Spelling had money seized from her bank account recently, according to US Weekly. The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star has been in a court battle with financial giant American Express over unpaid bills dating for several years. A judicial order stemming from Spelling’s case was instituted back in March and executed in April. The funds were seized to cover her debts with the financial institution. It is unknown how much was taken, but records indicate that Spelling owed $88,731.25 to American Express. The company has filed two separate lawsuits against the actress beginning in 2016, one for the $88,731.25 amount and another for an estimated $38,000. The actual amount that the actress currently owes is unknown. American Express isn’t the only financial lawsuit that Spelling is currently facing. The former reality star and her husband, Dean McDermott, are presently being sued by City National Bank, which claims that...
    Impression copyright Emma Hopkinson-Spark Impression caption Smile Lender shopper Emma Hopkinson-Spark remaining the bank on Friday thanks to the ongoing probelms Smile Bank shoppers have been not able to access their on the web banking accounts for five times in a row. The on-line-only lender, owned by Co-Operative Lender, reported it was doing the job urgently to resolve the problem. But the most current support outage proved to be the “final straw” for longtime customer Emma Hopkinson-Spark. Soon after 16 years, she still left Smile Lender on Friday just after she was unable to check out a important re-mortgage loan payment. “I am actually unhappy in Smile Financial institution,” Ms Hopkinson-Spark, main of employees at a tech consultancy small business in Weston-super-Mare, advised the BBC. “The outages this week were being the tipping position.” Ms Hopkinson-Spark reported she had not been ready to accessibility her on...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- Mobile banking is an increasingly popular way to manage finances and deposit checks during the COVID-19 pandemic, but thieves can use them to target you.The FBI and other security experts said they've seen a 50% increase in mobile banking in 2020, which is also creating a surge in scams and attempts by hackers to access accounts.The FBI said there are now two risks targeting your bank account: phony banking apps designed to look like your real bank, and "Trojan apps" which are secretly reading and storing your account information as you enter it into your bank app.The red flags can be easy to miss."The criminals have gotten really good at making these look very official, very slick, very well defined," said Alex Hamerstone of security company TrustedSec. "It might even be a very fun game. But things often times might be simpler, a calculator app or a...
    WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) — A Pennsylvania man has admitted to defrauding a West Virginia bank of more than $550,000. Randall Joseph Smail, 23, of Jeannette, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty Tuesday to one count of bank fraud in federal court in Wheeling. While applying for a loan from Pendleton Community Bank, Smail produced a fake account statement showing he had $640 million in Bitcoin currency. Bitcoin is a form of digital cash secured by encryption technology. Smail also produced other fictitious paperwork showing $10 million in another bank that he transferred from his cryptocurrency account, U.S. Attorney Bill Powell said in a news release. Smail faces up to 30 years in prison and a $1 million fine. (Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
    (CNN)21 Savage is expanding his mission to help underserved children during the pandemic.As a direct response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Grammy-award winning rapper announced he is launching a multi-tier expansion of his Juma Bank Account Financial Literacy program that offers financial resources nationwide.He is making a $25,000 donation to the City of Atlanta's #ATLStrong Covid-19 relief fund, established by Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, and is launching Bank Account At Home -- a free online financial literacy resource through a partnership with mobile banking services provider Chime and education technology platform, EVERFI.For the past two years, 21 Savage has partnered with award-winning national financial literacy nonprofit Juma for his youth-focused financial literacy program called Bank Account. Prior to the pandemic, the program provided underserved youth with access to career counseling, job training, and job placement at sports and entertainment facilities including Mercedes Benz Stadium and State Farm Arena.Read MoreMost...
    Stimulus payments continue to hit consumer's mailboxes, and if you got your payment on a prepaid debit card, you can get that money transferred to your bank account or turned into cash.If the IRS didn't have the right banking information for you, they sent four million stimulus payments on pre-paid debit cards. One big mistake consumers are making is throwing the debit card away, thinking it's a scam or junk mail. We told you how a Chapel Hill woman thought it was a scam, so she threw the card away.EMBED More News Videos Chapel Hill resident Susan Hafer got the prepaid debit card in the mail and thought it was a scam. She's not alone as Troubleshooter Diane Wilson heard from dozens of people who did the same thing, thinking it was junk mail. If you did do that, you can request a new card for a small fee. You...
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