Community of Survivors: Nonprofit Resilient Souls Provides Tools for Healing | Races and stoppers | San Luis Obispo

Lisa Majors was about 9 years old when her older sister was kidnapped by a major Bay Area gang and forced into what we would now consider a sex trafficking ring. At the time, Majors said she and her family didn’t quite understand what was going on. It was the …

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Event Tech News for June 2021

BizBash’s new column offers a monthly check-in on all things event technology, from new virtual platforms to social distancing-focused tools to software that will make your job easier. Do you have any advice? Get in touch! In case you missed itHave you checked out our list of 50 more virtual …

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Does your dealership have the right technology tools in its arsenal?

When it comes to technology, the conversations tend to focus on the precision farming systems installed on the machines that equipment dealers sell and service. But as quickly as modern agricultural technology has been adopted on the farms of your agricultural customers, how advanced is the technology you rely on …

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More startups and VCs are banking on subprime lending alternatives – Crunchbase News

Fintech startups are increasingly leaning into lending for more than a third of Americans with subprime credit scores. Their vision is to turn a negative connotation into one that not only helps short-term borrowers, but builds their credit and provides financial education. Subscribe to the Daily Crunchbase The term “subprime” …

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Embroidery Design Software Market: Competitive Dynamics and

Global Info Research offers latest published report on Embroidery Design Software Analysis and Forecast 2019-2025, providing key insights and providing competitive advantage to customers through detailed report. This report focuses on global key players of Embroidery Design Software Concentrate, to define, describe and analyze the value, market share, market competition …

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Personal loans trap Social Security recipients in debt

Bloomberg/Getty Images In Spanish | The slowing economy could push more Social Security recipients to take out high-interest payday loans, running the risk of being caught in an ever-increasing cycle of debt. A payday loan is usually a short-term loan of less than $500 generally intended for people with low …

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The proposal reignites the debate on payday loans

Copyright © 2020 Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE — The debate over New Mexico’s interest rate cap on storefront loans may not be over yet. Three years after state lawmakers approved a bill capping small loan interest rates at 175%, a leading Santa Fe-based think tank is proposing that the cap …

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Are payday loans good? | Money

The idea of ​​accessing your paycheck before it hits your bank account is appealing, especially in this economy. Unfortunately, there may be a catch. Payday loans — which are small, unsecured loans that don’t require collateral and have short terms — are a popular way for people to access cash …

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Gu-style embroidery in Milan

Li Fei and Gu Xiaoying / SHINE A close-up of an artist embroidering flower patterns Li Fei and Gu Xiaoying / SHINE Zhang Li, a Gu embroidery artist, demonstrates her skills at an exhibition held at the Milan Art & Events Center from December 9 to 15. From December 9 …

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Embroidery hoops, needles and more

Embroidery is the process of embellishing fabric by hand or machine with designs created from floss or floss. Most people start with simple kits for learning stitches and move on to creating original designs for home, accessories and clothing. While it is great to try out embroidery with a starter …

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New Mexico releases new rules for payday loans; But you can still be charged up to 175% interest

Commentary: ALBUQUERQUE, NM – This week, the New Mexico Financial Institutions Division (FID) issued a highly anticipated statement settling a law that imposed a 175% interest rate cap on small loans. In addition to capping the small dollar loan APR, the law (HB 347) that was passed in the 2017 …

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New Mexico releases new rules for payday loans; But you can still be charged up to 175% interest

Commentary: ALBUQUERQUE, NM – This week, the New Mexico Financial Institutions Division (FID) issued a highly anticipated statement regulation of a law that imposed a 175% cap on the interest rate on small loans. In addition to capping the small dollar loan APR, the law (HB 347) that was passed …

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Payday loan bill in jeopardy

Hopes to cap the amount storefront lenders in New Mexico can charge in interest and fees faded Monday after a powerful lawmaker’s attempt to fill a loophole in the bill met with cold resistance. House Bill 347 and a companion Senate bill represent the biggest move in years by lawmakers …

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