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UBS delays closure of US private bank

UBS is forced to delay the closure of its US private bank, missing its deadline of January 1, 2021 to transfer millions of dollars in loans from international clients to its wealth advisory unit. The company was due to close its US private bank early next year as part of …

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How I get there: Alua Arthur, Death Doula

Successful women talk about managing their careers and their lives. Illustration: Lauren Tamaki In 2012, Alua Arthur left her legal career to become a death doula. The problem was, she had no idea such a job existed. “All I knew was there had to be a better way to support …

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Student Loans Company Launches Recruitment Campaign

A MAJOR employer in Darlington is on a recruiting drive to find over 40 people. The Lingfield Point-based Student Loans Company (SLC) is expanding its technology function to support the provision of student finance for the UK government and decentralized administrations in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. There are over …

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COVID tax break could open the door to student loan cancellation

COVID tax break could open the door to student loan cancellation Anna helhoski | Nerdwallet The college debt cancellation tax break in the COVID-19 relief program signed earlier this month by President Joe Biden has lifted a potential hurdle to student loan debt cancellation: taxes. The provision will not count …

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Broadcasters large and small are looking for PPP loans

Many did not receive funding in the first round, while large broadcast groups seek to be eligible for the next offering Through Emily M. Reigart Posted: April 20, 2020 It was clear from the start that Congress had not found enough money to prevent small businesses – defined as those …

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