Category Archives: Debt

Coronavirus Casualty: J. C. Penney Files for Bankruptcy & Closes 242 Stores

J. C. Penney department store has become the latest retail casualty of the coronavirus crisis. The iconic American department store chain has filed for bankruptcy and will close 242 stores as it restructures its $5.7 billion dollar debt load.  The 118-year-old department store chain suffered a decade of falling sales which has been exacerbated by the […]

Reapplying for Small Business EIDL Loans Under the CARES Act | NAHB Now | The News Blog of the National Association of Home Builders

The new $484 billion aid package approved by Congress includes $60 billion to renew funding for the Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) program and adds $320 billion to the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). Those who were caught in the middle of the loan application process when funding ran dry need to know the following: If […]

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The $484B Interim Coronavirus Funding Bill

The House has taken action on the Paycheck Protection Program and Health Care Enhancement Act. What’s in the $484 billion Bill? $310 billion to replenish PPP $50 billion to Economic Injury Disaster Loan program $10 billion to Emergency EIDL grants $75 billion to hospitals $25 billion for testing and a “national testing strategy” But what’s […]