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CNBC: “A Housing ‘Apocalypse’ Is Coming As Coronavirus Protections Across The Country Expire”

Experts expect the eviction crisis to get far worse in the coming months. The Covid-19 economic recession has hit renters especially hard. They make up a disproportionate share of service sector jobs, an industry that has been decimated as a result of the coronavirus shutdowns. ~CNBC

CNBC also says that according to the Urban Institute, “Between March 25 and April 10 of this year, nearly half of renters aged 18 to 64 reported that they were having trouble paying their rent or utilities, were food insecure or couldn’t afford needed medical care.”

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Finances can be a significant source of stress during the holiday season. Between the feeling that you must purchase gifts for loved ones and the increased spending that comes with parties and eating out, the holidays can leave you feeling as if money is flying out of your checking account.

It may be a bit late, but Dr. Nicole Washington writes in “BlackDoctor.org,” that the first thing you should do is “Plan Early.” Dr. Washington also says, make a “Budget” and stick to it. See the rest here: BlackDoctor.org
(Source:  BlackDoctor)

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Tips To Avoid Financial Setbacks During The Holidays