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What comes to mind when you hear “Universal Based Income (UBI)?”

For some, Universal Based Income sounds like a great plan. For others, it just doesn't make sense. After a lot of research, I would say it is not a bad idea. Based on data, as a country, the United States (US) would thrive. Alaska and New York have shown through actual implementation and/or experimentation that UBI can work. Other countries [...]

Goodbye to Public Service Loan Forgiveness?

President Trump has proposed to increase the budget in certain areas. Such as, increases for the Departments of Defense, Commerce, Homeland Security and Veteran Affairs. We can agree that these increases are necessary. But at what cost? Other areas that should have at least remained the same have suffered a great loss. Loan forgiveness is one of those areas. Public [...]

Understanding A Bankruptcy Case Dismissal Without Prejudice

When filing for bankruptcy, whether it is Chapter 7 or Chapter 13, you need to comply with specific requirements. Unable to do so will result to bankruptcy court dismissing your case with or without prejudice. A bankruptcy case dismissal without prejudice means the reason for non-compliance is lapse in procedures. Therefore, it is critical that you work with a bankruptcy [...]

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