Despite the distraction of a presidential election and the challenges of the coronavirus, bills aimed at improving retirement security are being introduced in Congress and more are expected. "The COVID-19 emergency has only worsened the existing retirement crisis in our country," said Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass.
Robert Johnson was 16 when he survived a boat trip that lasted 52 days longer than planned, and two years later he took his first of three trips to Antarctica as part of Adm. Richard Byrd's 1939 expedition. Johnson, retired from the Navy and the Postal Service, recently hosted a 100th birthday party at his Florida home.
With its highest-margin line of business taken away, Sons of Liberty Spirits used a Paycheck Protection Program loan and a quick production move to preserve jobs and morale.
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The Small Business Administration has closed the Economic Injury Disaster Loan Advance program after exhausting $20 billion provided by Congress. The program provided $1,000 per employee up to $10,000 to small businesses and not-for-profits awaiting a decision on EIDL applications.
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Some investors wonder whether the Federal Reserve's low interest rates and promise of unlimited asset buying are creating asset bubbles. The S&P 500's forward price-earnings ratio has reached a level not seen since the dot-com era, while initial public offerings and debt issuance set records in the second quarter.