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- Subscribe to the forumsby Early Retirement Extreme on March 5, 2021 at 4:30 am
I burned a feed for the forums so you can subscribe via RSS (google reader et. al). Lots of good info there. They include topics I don’t normally cover on the blog, such as specific countries, which states are best for early retirement, careers, etc. You don’t need to register an account to read the forums, but you do need to register an account to post. The forums are also the best place to ask if you have a specific question—“I am NN years old and have $XXX,XXX dollars invested in X, Y, and Z, my plan is … what do you think?”—instead of sending it to me (I have an embarrassingly large back-log of e-mail messages. My email works much like a black hole). Incidentally, it is also possible to subscribe to all the comments on the blog or even subscribe to the blog—quaint, I know. Copyright © 2007-2015 earlyretirementextreme.com This feed is for personal, non-commercial use only. The use of this feed on other websites breaches copyright. If you see this notice anywhere else than in your news reader, it makes the page you are viewing an infringement of the copyright. (Digital Fingerprint: 47d7050e5790442c7fa8cab55461e9ce) Originally posted 2010-08-20 13:04:18.
- Delinquent Student And Non Fraud Past Felons Can Now Receive
PPP Loansby Forbes - Retirement on March 5, 2021 at 12:36 am
The new Interim Final Rule issued by the SBA on March 3, 2021 reverses the prior rules by indicating that independent contractors and employers who were otherwise eligible to receive PPP loans may do so regardless of whether the borrower or a 20% or more owner is in default under Federal Student ...
- SBA PPP Pronouncement Provides Higher Loans And Other
Changes For Proprietors And Independent Contractorsby Forbes - Retirement on March 5, 2021 at 12:36 am
In an Interim Final Rule announcement on Wednesday, March 3, 2021, the SBA issued new rules which provided a number of important changes for independent contractors and sole proprietors, which are discussed below.
- Economists Weigh-In On COVID-19 And Inequalityby Forbes - Retirement on March 5, 2021 at 12:36 am
COVID-19 is rubbing “salt in the wound of inequality,” I heard Dr. Utsha Khatri from the University of Pennsylvania say on NPR.