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February 9, 2021

Third Stimulus Check – New Updates ($1400 Check)

Here is the latest update/breakdown on the Third Stimulus Check (The $1.9 Trillion Dollar Stimulus Package & The $1400 check. So the newly inaugurated President Biden has repeatedly touted that he wants another stimulus package that will cost $1.9 Trillion Dollars). Now it was just last month when the $900B COVID relief bill was passed which included a second stimulus check of $600, new rounds of funding for small businesses, and even $25billion dollars of rental assistance. PPP Explanation & Instruction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gy2O1a_sB0E EIDL Program Explanation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qdtqjysmuw Okay, first thing first… the newly proposed stimulus package includes a 3rd stimulus check of $1400. Now, remember last month when former President Trump has demanded a $2000 stimulus check but only $600 was passed per person. Another BIG change to the stimulus check is that Biden is planning to also include adult dependents and some undocumented immigrants for eligibility to receive the stimulus check. Second, the proposal now includes a provision where the boosted unemployment payment will go from $300 a week to $400. This also comes with an extension of the unemployment checks from March 2021 to September 2021. So Biden wants an additional 6 months of extension for the weekly unemployment checks of $400. Third, if you have kids, Biden wants to increase the child tax credit from $2000 to $3000 per child that is under the age of 17 but if your child or children are under the age of 6, you would get a tax credit of $3600 for every child that is under 6 years old. Fourth is additional Rental assistance and changes to the Eviction moratorium… Now, the COVID relief package that was passed a few weeks ago already includes $25 billion of rental assistance. It looks like there will be another $25 billion of rental assistance on its way to the states to help tenants and landlords. This is a total of $50 billion of rental assistance at play if the $1.9 trillion dollar stimulus package is passed. Remember that each state and Counties can impose a local eviction moratorium on top of the Federal level eviction moratorium that may have different rules and guidelines on the temporary ban of evictions. All that to say, the eviction moratoriums do not mean you don’t have to pay rent. If you have the means, you still have to pay rent because landlords CAN retroactively file an eviction and that means damages to your credit and public record – so keep that in mind. Fifth is that the proposal also includes a change in the Federal Minimum wage from $7.25 per hour to $15 minimum wage. Last but not least is funding programs for small business owners. Joe Biden is proposing a separate $15 billion dollars worth of grant funds. Now with the CARES act back in March of 2020 and the recently passed COVID Relief in December of 2020, these funds are targetted to small businesses with less than 300-500 employees. Now, the remaining package proposal includes funding for COVID testing and vaccination as well as funding for state and local government to fund infrastructure to fight the virus. While these types of provisions don’t affect you directly but we all hope that by having funding to fight the COVID-19, the economy will re-open back up to 100% and we can all stop wearing masks.
September 14, 2020

Stimulus Check Update | NEW Bipartisan Congress Stimulus Bill In The Works (stimulus)

Stimulus Check Update | NEW Bipartisan Stimulus Bill In The Works (stimulus) The house of representatives is back in session starting today and we can possibly see a new stimulus bill. There is also word that part of the stimulus is all payroll tax deferral COULD be forgave that was part of President Trump’s executive order. When the house of representatives went back into session today, there were talks of a NEW stimulus bill that would be made up of a team with equal Democrats & Republicans to come up with a bipartisan stimulus bill. The previous Republican skinny bill that was introduced at the beginning of their session was shot down and Nancy Pelosi has refused to accept ANY Republican bill. And just recently, 117 Democrats in the house of representatives, wrote an open letter to Nancy Pelosi URGING her to work with Republicans to come to an agreement for a stimulus bill. Again she decided to NOT take their advice and has said NO to anything that Republicans have introduced as far as a stimulus bill. 0:00 Intro 0:25 House of representatives back in session 0:49 Recap of stimulus news in recent days 1:20 Republican & Democrat committee 2:55 If there is NO progress in Congress 3:40 Payroll Tax Deferral The problem solver caucus is made up of both Democrat and Republican lawmakers to come up with a bipartisan bill that will hopefully pass the house of representatives. It is very possible that within this bill we will see a stimulus check of $1200, an extension of unemployment benefits, and many other stimulus items that have been a part of previous stimulus bills in the past. The stimulus bill would possibly be a little of a trillion dollars which is a little more that what Republican lawmakers wanted to see the stimulus bill be at as far as cost goes and far less then what Democrats want to see in a stimulus bill. If there is no forward progress on this stimulus bill, President Trump has again expressed his intention with using his executive powers to enact any of these stimulus programs. But before we even get to that, we are hoping that the house of representatives will come up with a fair stimulus bill before President Trump has to go that route. There is another new bill that is looking to be passed that will have forgiveness of the payroll tax deferral program signed by President Trump. Many private businesses have opted out of the payroll tax deferral because of the uncertainty in the bill and their employees may have to pay it back next year.
September 10, 2020

Second Stimulus Check Update | NEW Stimulus Details Released (unemployment)

Second Stimulus Check Update | NEW Stimulus Details Released (unemployment) Welcome back to your second stimulus check update for September 9, 2020. 0:00 Intro 0:20 Senate Republican Skinny Bill 0:46 Unemployment Benefit Update 2:00 Paycheck Protection Program Round 2 3:22 Liability Protection Update 4:39 Mortgage forbearance update Safe to Work Act has just been proposed by Senate Republicans which totals $300 Billion. The unemployment benefit of $300/week will be increased ON TOP of the FEMA funded unemployment signed by President Trump. Now, if this unemployment benefit is passed, it will backdate payments going back to the expiration of the cares act unemployment. So that means that the unemployment payments will be back paid from August until the end of the year in addition to the FEMA unemployment benefit. So for 5-6 weeks, the unemployment benefit will be back at $600/week once the FEMA unemployment expires, it will be $300/week until the end of the year. Paycheck Protection Program Round 2 The PPP loan was made for businesses that lost a big amount of revenue, and potentially the ppp loan forgiveness could be applied. In this second stimulus check update, the ppp loan has been extended for businesses that have lost because of rioting. And the ppp loan will cover the expenses for sanitization for your place of business. ALSO the ppp loan forgiveness will be streamlined in order to make the ppp loan forgiveness easier. Liability Protection Update: New updates if you want to sue your employer if you contracted COVID-19 at your place of work. You must know every location and know each person you interacted with, in 14 days of onset symptoms. Second Stimulus Check Update: There is no indication in this bill for a second stimulus check. My speculation is that it will be within the larger stimulus package that the senate will be voting on before the end of the session. Congress and President Trump agree that there needs to be a second stimulus check for the American people. Many reports recently point towards how the stimulus check has increased revenue during the pandemic. So a second stimulus check will be very helpful to American families that may be in dire need of a second stimulus check. But we will have to see if Congress & President Trump can come to an agreement for a second stimulus check. This has been your second stimulus check update! Thanks for watching 0-75 Units In One Year: https://0to75units.com/book-order1587970091604
July 14, 2020

EIDL Grant is now CLOSED & Second Stimulus Check UPDATE!

EIDL Grant is now CLOSED & Second Stimulus Check UPDATE! The FREE $10,000 SBA EIDL Grant has been CLOSED! What does that mean? Can you still get the SBA EIDL Loan? Can I still apply for the Paycheck Protection Program? Well, I breakdown everything here and unpackage what you need to know in regards to the EIDL Grant, the Paycheck Protection Program, and I also give an update on the Second Stimulus Check and what you can expect! RIP to the free $10K EIDL Grant 😭 But you can still apply for the EIDL loan, which still needs to be paid back and can not be forgiven. Just as a quick refresher as to what you can actually use the EIDL Loan for general operating expenses; utility costs, lease for your office space, mortgage payments, payroll, inventory obligations. But you CAN NOT use the EIDL Loan for expanding business, buying a franchise, buying any fixed assets, or can’t use the money to actually pay off your mortgage. EIDL Grant Questions Answered + Hidden Process https://youtu.be/keySGMPvRjU If you applied for the EIDL Grant before July 12, 2020, I think you will be safe and still in consideration for the free $10,000 EIDL Grant. However, if you are just submitting for that now, you may have missed the chance for the free $1k-$10k EIDL Grant but you will still be considered for the EIDL Loan! Moving on to the Paycheck Protection Program, it is STILL OPEN but with just how the EIDL Grant just closed, you can expect the same thing to happen to the Paycheck Protection Program, so if you plan on applying for the PPP, DO IT NOW! And don’t forget the PPP is open to people who are self-employed and rumor has it, the entire funding can be forgiven completely, just make sure to verify with your lender beforehand! NOW! The Second Stimulus check update! So the HEROS act has been shot down in the Senate and by President Trump. BUT the Senate is working on a second stimulus check program that COULD be given out. And within the second stimulus check guidelines, if you make less than $40,000 a year, you could qualify for a second stimulus check. And even on the White House side, President Trump is in favor of a second stimulus check. Now for the unemployment checks, for one, they are set to expire at the end of July. But there may be another extension signed into law by Congress and the Senate here shortly with a smaller amount. But others have speculated that it could be mandated by the State of residence.