Today is Monday, May 4 and we hope everyone had a wonderful weekend! We are reading that stock futures fall to start the week, small businesses that haven’t been able to obtain government loans now have a few months or less to survive and J. Crew becomes the first major retailer to file for bankruptcy. We also see that many employees are hoping to work from home after the pandemic subsides and the many ways you can help those struggling right now without breaking the bank.
Stock futures fell Monday morning as traders weighed the reopening of the economy along with brewing tensions between China and the U.S.
Clock ticking for small businesses squeezed out of government loans, now have a few months or less to survive
The 30.7 million small businesses on Main Street that generate 50% of U.S. GDP have been hard-pressed to receive the government relief they need to stay in business.
Clothing apparel company J.Crew filed for bankruptcy Monday, marking the first major retail bankruptcy of the coronavirus pandemic.
With today’s forced remote culture has been an adjustment, many look forward to the possibility of working from home more often even after the pandemic subsides.
Millions of Americans are struggling financially. Here’s how you can help, without breaking the bank
There’s no question many Americans need help right now. More than 30 million have filed for unemployment since the coronavirus crisis began. Others may be struggling with reduced hours or a cut in pay, and parents are homeschooling their kids. If you want to help, there are ways to do so without digging deep into your wallet.