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  • WHO MIGHT BE ELIGIBLE FOR A SECOND STIMULUS CHECK AND FOR HOW MUCH MONEY?Under the CARES Act, payments of  $1,200 for each adult with adjusted gross incomes of up to $75,000 were distributed. The threshold for married couples is $150,000 and they are eligible for $2,400 and $500 per child.Another round of stimulus payments could be distributed to people earning less than $40,000, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has said.The White House has not confirmed that figure.TAX 'FILING TRAP': HOW YOUR STIMULUS PAYMENT COULD DELAY YOUR REFUNDKudlow did say, however, that another stimulus package could include unemployment reforms. The $600 benefit bump given to Americans claiming unemployment insurance is scheduled to expire at the end of the month.Democrats have proposed extending the additional $600 benefit, but Republicans are concerned that it discourages people from seeking out new employment because many are being paid more with the benefit than they had been while they were working.Kudlow mentioned a"back-to-work bonus" on Friday, which would provide an incentive for people to return to the workforce.
  • While President Trump has advocated for additional stimulus payment amounts that are larger than the first round, an administration official on Friday told reporters the checks may end up being smaller.White House Economic Adviser Larry Kudlow said the next round of direct payments would be less than $1,200 and targeted toward people in lower-income brackets and without jobs.The reasoning behind the more concentrated criteria is that the White House is hoping to keep the cost of an additional package down, with a figure of $1 trillion or less floated by officials.Smaller checks would run counter to what President Trump wants. He has indicated he wanted to send people more money during an interview with FOX Business.
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  • Here’s your Unemployment For All update for June 19th, 2020. While the number of people that filed initial unemployment claims fell for the 11th week in a row, the amount of people still collecting unemployment benefits continues to alarm experts.Another 1.5 million Americans filed initial unemployment claims, bringing the number of people currently collecting unemployment benefits to 20.5 million.But with the focus of financial experts dead set on Reopening America, these shocking numbers could mean a shift of attention back to unemployment problems.If unemployment numbers continue to stay high, the government may be forced to take action and pass additional enhanced unemployment programs through another stimulus package.This could include bumping that weekly $600 FPUC benefit until the end of the year!While no official measures have been announced to extend the $600 enhanced unemployment benefits, efforts have been introduced to extend weekly payments of $400 past July 31st.With Republicans claiming that weekly $600 unemployment payments should not continue due to their high price tag, a new proposal hopes to bridge the gap and still provide assistance that doesn’t cut off at the end of July.While I’d love to see those weekly $600 FPUC benefits extended through the end of the year, I don’t think the Senate is going to allow that to happen.A compromise of $400 a week makes sense to me, as weekly payments of $400 from the Fed and $200-500 from state unemployment insurance could help millions of people keep their finances afloat until the end of the year.I hope these alarming unemployment numbers show Congress how badly people need these disaster relief funds.I want to give a shout out to all of you that have commented from Arkansas, North Carolina, Iowa, Florida, Texas, Nevada, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Tennessee and Washington.If you are still waiting for PUA funds in your state, it’s important that you stay patient and committed, as you are entitled to these benefits and will receive your funds eventually.Remember, if you are a gig-worker, self employed, independent contractor or 1099 worker, you could be eligible for over $10,000 in PUA money.Don’t give up and keep calling your state’s unemployment hotline to ensure that you get paid for the CARES Act disaster relief funds that you deserve.The PUA and state unemployment programs vary incredibly from state to state and I’m incredibly grateful that all of you are willing to share your experiences with me and the channel.Are you still experiencing issues with PUA in your state? Let me know in the comments below!
  • While the number of people that filed initial unemployment claims fell for the 11th week in a row, the amount of people still collecting unemployment benefits continues to alarm experts. Another 1.5 million Americans filed initial unemployment claims, bringing the number of people currently collecting unemployment benefits to 20.5 million. But with the focus of financial experts dead set on Reopening America, these shocking numbers could mean a shift of attention back to unemployment problems. If unemployment numbers continue to stay high, the government may be forced to take action and pass additional enhanced unemployment programs through another stimulus package. This could include bumping that weekly $600 FPUC benefit until the end of the year! While no official measures have been announced to extend the $600 enhanced unemployment benefits, efforts have been introduced to extend weekly payments of $400 past July 31st. With Republicans claiming that weekly $600 unemployment payments should not continue due to their high price tag, a new proposal hopes to bridge the gap and still provide assistance that doesn’t cut off at the end of July. While I’d love to see those weekly $600 FPUC benefits extended through the end of the year, I don’t think the Senate is going to allow that to happen. A compromise of $400 a week makes sense to me, as weekly payments of $400 from the Fed and $200-500 from state unemployment insurance could help millions of people keep their finances afloat until the end of the year. I hope these alarming unemployment numbers show Congress how badly people need these disaster relief funds. I want to give a shout out to all of you that have commented from Arkansas, North Carolina, Iowa, Florida, Texas, Nevada, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Tennessee and Washington. If you are still waiting for PUA funds in your state, it’s important that you stay patient and committed, as you are entitled to these benefits and will receive your funds eventually. Remember, if you are a gig-worker, self employed, independent contractor or 1099 worker, you could be eligible for over $10,000 in PUA money. Don’t give up and keep calling your state’s unemployment hotline to ensure that you get paid for the CARES Act disaster relief funds that you deserve. The PUA and state unemployment programs vary incredibly from state to state and I’m incredibly grateful that all of you are willing to share your experiences with me and the channel. Are you still experiencing issues with PUA in your state? Let me know in the comments below!
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  • Trump's Team: War in the White House Steve Mnuchin wants a check and Unemployment Larry Kudlow Lower taxes and Payroll tax cut. Steven Mnuchin believes that Nancy Pelosi will never agree to the Tax cuts or Lowering payroll taxes. He feels he is being prudent and realistic in his demands. That is why he is against the Payroll tax cut and tax cuts. This is why he supports Checks and Unemployment. Steve is looking for common ground. Like any smart negotiator. A practical and pragmatic approach to solving problems in uncertain times. For sure if everyone gets a check that shores up a lot of problems. And Employment is a minefield of problems. Steven Mnuchin wants unemployment to be as high as possible while Kudlow feels that it would keep people from going to work. Let's be practical the average worker at Home Depot and Lowes makes $11 Home Depot and Lowes is $13 dollars. These are public companies. I hold large positions in both companies. Home Depot up 36.99% and Lowe’s 71.86% I spoke to Management and Personnel. That same working on Unemployment would make more than double. All they have to do is come up with an excuse. We sell American’s down the river as if everyone was on the hustle. Me too. Larry Kudlow, I ask you to please go visit a Lowe’s or Home Depot in your area and report back to me with your findings. White House Congress House and Senate. Please do not keep us waiting for unemployment. There are so many problems with the states getting it out. And with the delay, it takes weeks to implement any changes. God help us. We need more EIDL, a Cares Act 2, more PPP loans and the Senate proposal needs to be put forward NOW. I helped someone yesterday that was in the commits. We were on the phone together in hand out video chat. Chris called a 10-minute cue and hung upon us. We got on another cue and 10 minutes it hung up again. Several hours later we landed in the second cue. We waited painfully for music for an hour. The person came on and someone mistyped his name on the computer. Please plan on the Unemployment benefits to have gaps and plan accordingly. None of the White House, Senate, or House are experiencing any of your fears. Now Steven Mnuchin and his supporters or people in his camp are will to keep the $600 figure in place. Kudlow and his camp want to reduce it or have match pay. Nancy Pelosi and Democrats are open to compromising the $600 if the Senate gives in Stimulus Checks or other areas of the Heroes Act items. Secondly in regards to PPP. Steven Mnuchin wants another round of PPP money to go out but in target hardest hit business. For example Restaurants, hotels, and travel. By the way, 757 huge planes that seat 200 passengers. The flight has 13 passengers on the flight. There was someone not wearing a face mask so I had to ask. They are asthmatic. I looked online for the Asthmatic bracelet. Won’t come in until the end of September. All kinds of reactions to the PPP money. Remember the average business has 27 days of cash to operate. The number one reason companies go out of business is they run out of money. If you do not provide the food for the Cow how can you milk it later? No job, no taxes, no business bigger problem. I think this targeted approach is bad and narrow-minded. Imagine an economy like 15 layers of an onion. If one layer gets rotten the other layers will too. Think of the supply chain for Restaurants and Hotels. Layered global economy. Nick Moraitis. Berkeley University. Steven Mnuchin says we are recovering from the economic crisis. Hit the street buddy. The unemployment rate to be dropping rapidly to where we were. States are locking down. Florida, Texas, and California. Recovery is unlikely going to happen this year. Military Medics personnel were deployed to Texas and California. World 240,000 cases. Hot spots are popping up around the world. We are not the only ones experiencing it around the world. BUY MY BOOK THE ORIGIN OF OPPORTUNITY!!! https://amzn.to/3hb68ST NOTICE OF RISK: Content is for News & Entertainment purposes only. Do not make accounting, legal, business, personal or financial decisions based on content provided. ALWAYS CONSULT A PAID PROFESSIONAL. The content provided is owned and expressed by ORIGIN, LLC, a multimedia company. Andrew Cartwright is an employed personality and is not LEGALLY responsible for the following content. The information provided is the opinion of Origin Marque Media. Always do your own research and always make your own decisions. STOCK MARKET, BUSINESS, AND REAL ESTATE HAVE HUGE RISK. Business Broker Permit NV Andrew Cartwright is duly authorized to conduct the business of business broker Permit number: BUSB.0006857.BKR Real Estate License NV Andrew Cartwright is duly authorized to act as a real estate broker License number: B.1001331.LLC
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  • Individuals receiving Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA) – the self-employed, independent contractors, and gig economy workers – are not required by federal law to conduct work searches and will continue to receive a waiver. While the U.S. Department of Labor requires work searches for claimants receiving standard unemployment benefits, they have not instituted the same requirement for claimants on PUA. In addition to the above change, NMDWS is advising all claimants that the last payable week for Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC), an additional benefit of $600 per week, will be the week ending July 25, 2020.
  • In addition to the above change, NMDWS is advising all claimants that the last payable week for Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC), an additional benefit of $600 per week, will be the week ending July 25, 2020.
  • Work search waiver scheduled to end on July 18th Jun 16, 2020 | Jobs & the Economy Claimants on PUA will not be required to search for work (Albuquerque, NM) – In March, the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions (NMDWS) waived the work search requirements for Unemployment Insurance claimants who had lost their job or had hours reduced as a result of COVID-19. This waiver will end on July 18, 2020. Claimants receiving benefits will be required to verify that at least two work searches occurred each week when submitting their certification. In upcoming weeks, NMDWS in coordination with New Mexico Workforce Connection offices, will be providing guidance, training, and workshop options to claimants that will satisfy the work search requirement for the week in which they attend.
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