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CARES Act Legislation

On March 27, 2020, the Coronavirus, Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act (the “Act”) was signed into law. A portion of the Act is intended to loosen access to retirement plan funds and provide relief for individuals impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a summary of the retirement-related provisions of the Act.

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by Amiee Idan We’ve had an eventful month of programs focused on adapting to the pandemic’s impact. We’ve heard our experts advise on how to care for the elderly, maneuver through employment law, recognize when it’s time to consult a therapist, updated everyone on COVID-19 financial packages, and sharpened our sales skills; all with an…

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A website with an SSL certificate is not necessarily a “secure” website either. SSL encrypts the data sent between the visitor and web server but does not actually protect the website itself from hackers. There is more to it and website owners need to understand this if they want a truly secure website.

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Living with diabetes can be a struggle to say the least. There’s the increasing stigmatization of having diabetes. Feelings of guilt or shame can lead to anxiety or even depression about having diabetes. Some people, despite well-meaning intentions, are quick to judge and state the obvious: stop drinking soda. Don’t eat fast food. Reduce your sugar intake.

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Living with diabetes isn’t a life sentence. In fact, it is possible to reverse diabetes. Sure, it’s going to take a lifestyle adjustment, including getting regular exercise and diet modification. But with these 2 easy hacks, you’ll be on your way to managing your diabetes.

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