Banking

National City businesses eligible for zero-interest $ 5,000 pandemic relief loans

The thousand cars in National City. Courtesy of the National Town Chamber of Commerce National city and the South County Economic Development Council announced they would provide $ 5,000 loans with no monthly payments and no interest to small businesses during the pandemic. Small at-risk businesses will share a total …

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Should you take out a personal loan to pay your bills?

Today, for millions of Americans, times are tough. It’s understandable if you can’t pay the bills with the country in recession and COVID-19 remains a serious threat. But you’ll have to explore solutions to help you get through it. One option is to get a personal loan. While this approach …

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RBI offers banking-type standards for large NBFCs

MUMBAI: Large non-bank financial corporations (NBFC) are likely to be more intensely regulated and their lending to sensitive sectors such as capital markets and immovable capped if the RBI were to implement the proposals he put forward in a working document. The proposal comes at a time when an RBI …

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Largest Jewish coronavirus relief fund to begin lending soon

NEW YORK (JTA– Money will start flowing out of a relief fund set up by a coalition of eight Jewish philanthropies over the next month, organizers say. Some things have become clear about the fund since its announcement last month, including its size – $ 91 million, up from $ …

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Affordable downtown San Jose housing complex secures Google funding – Marin Independent Journal

SAN JOSE – A large residential complex under development in downtown San Jose, near Google’s proposed transit village, has secured key funding from a unit of the tech titan. McEvoy Apartments, a complex under development in downtown San Jose by First Community Housing, has secured a loan from Google Endeavor …

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