James Rodriguez desperate for Everton debut at Tottenham

But just like the help available with rent payments and unemployment benefits, you do have to ask. The worst thing you can do is ignore the problem and assume it’ll work itself out on its own. (Scroll to the end for what else you should absolutely not do.)

‘The club has shown its intent with the three signings they have made in this window (Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure). It helps when you have a great and hugely knowledgeable manager. Let’s hope in the next few years, others want to join us.

According to VanderZanden, Bird had begun an application with Citi “early on,” but decided not to go through with it on April 23. “It looks like Citi started an application while they waited for our decision on whether to formally apply…They confirmed that the temp app. was cancelled that evening and never submitted.”

If you meet the criteria, you have until the end of 2020 to make a qualified distribution of up to $100,000 — per person — without incurring the 10% tax penalty. Keep in mind that although these would be penalty-free withdrawals, you’ll still owe income taxes on them. But you can spread out what you owe over the course of three years.

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“Bird was erroneously listed as a company that filed for a PPP Loan. We did not apply for nor did we receive a PPP Loan. We decided as a company not to file an application as we did not want to divert critical funding from small and local businesses.” – Bird

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Bird has denied it received a loan from the US government to help it through COVID-19. Its statements follow reports Monday that the electric scooter company received between $5 million and $10 million under the government’s Paycheck Protection Program in April. Both CNBC and The Verge found Bird in the data released Monday by the Trump administration as part of its coronavirus economic stimulus package under the CARES Act, but Bird says it didn’t go through with its loan application.

Though Everton may appear a step down for someone who has graced clubs of that stature, Rodriguez has twice been signed under current Blues boss Carlo Ancelotti and spoke to his international team-mate Yerry Mina before committing to Goodison.

You’ll want to know what kinds of programs your bank, credit union or other auto loan provider may have available to you. Also, if there are any state laws that might offer some protections against repossession, you’ll want to find out about those, too. 

Food banks and SNAP: The Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program provides supplemental food resources to families in need. Also consider applying for WIC. Feeding America is supporting local food banks as well.

What are the interest rates for a coronavirus hardship loan? If you have excellent credit, you may be eligible for a loan with an interest rate as low as 3%. A lower credit score means your loan may come with a higher interest rate.

What did the CARES Act change? The CARES Act allows you to withdraw up to $100,000 from your retirement account — penalty-free — until the end of 2020. So far, relatively few Americans have taken advantage of this new exemption: The Investment Company Institute reports that less than 3% of retirement plan owners made early withdrawals so far this year.

You’re going through major financial hardships due to COVID-19 such as losing your job, a delayed start date for a new job, a job offer that gets rescinded, furlough, a reduction in hours, closing of your business or you can’t work due to lack of childcare.

If another stimulus check is approved (here are the proposals so far), it’s likely to follow the basics set in the first stimulus check authorized in March’s CARES Act. That is, up to $1,200 for single filers with an AGI of under $75,000 a year, or $2,400 for joint filers under $125,000 a year. The Senate plans to introduce a “skinny” coronavirus relief bill this week, and though it doesn’t include another stimulus payment, it could trigger movement on another direct payment either through Congress or even an executive action.

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If you’re a married couple filing jointly without children and your AGI is below $150,000, you’ll get a $2,400 payment. That amount will decrease until you hit $198,000, at which point you’re not eligible for a check. 

Other types of loans: If you’re able to pay your bills but are still struggling, you can borrow up to $100,000 from your 401(k) without any tax penalty, courtesy of the CARES Act. You may also be able to refinance your home loan to get a lower interest rate and a lower monthly payment.

How much can you borrow with a coronavirus hardship loan? It’s flexible, with many lenders offering between $500 and $5,000, though House mentioned some loans of $10,000. Most institutions assess each loan on a case-by-case basis.