House GOP says Whitmer must loosen COVID-19 restrictions before allocating federal relief

By Scott McClallen | The Center Square Jan 8, 2021 (The Center Square) – On Friday, House Appropriations Chair Thomas Albert, R-Lowell, said that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer must reopen Michigan’s economy before the legislature can discuss allocating federal COVID-19 relief funds. “I can’t envision starting conversations about how to allocate additional federal COVID-19 relief funds until … Continue reading House GOP says Whitmer must loosen COVID-19 restrictions before allocating federal relief

Hotel Association of New York City says members seeing occupancy rates in single digits, some on verge of closure

By Sarah Downey | The Center Square 1 hr ago (The Center Square) – With mandated closures continuing to impact New York City’s hospitality sector, the combination of single-digit occupancy levels and mortgage issues have led some to close and have others nearing the precipice. “Industry revenue is down, on average, by 80% year-on-year since March … Continue reading Hotel Association of New York City says members seeing occupancy rates in single digits, some on verge of closure

Sound financial tips during COVID-19 uncertainty

(BPT) - The current COVID-19 financial landscape is unpredictable, causing anxiety for people of all ages. With layoffs, unexpected medical expenses, and an ever-changing and uncertain economy, it's easy to worry. "Now more than ever is the time to take an active approach with your finances to position yourself for success," says Danielle Seurkamp, CFP. … Continue reading Sound financial tips during COVID-19 uncertainty