April 15, 2021

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Utah Woman’s Life Insurance Claim Goes Unpaid Despite Paying Premiums

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah — One Utah woman was paying the premiums on her life insurance policy, so why did the insurance company tell her family the policy was no good after she passed away?

Shaela Savage died in October of 2019, one day after giving birth to a son.

Devastated, her parents took in their grandson and tried to claim the $150,000 voluntary life insurance policy for which Savage had signed up at work.

Her mother, Kari Escher, said it was a glimmer of hope in the midst of unimaginable tragedy.

“We’re going to be able to provide for

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Still missing a $1,200 or $600 stimulus check? How to claim the money

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As new $1,400 stimulus checks are sent to millions of Americans, some may still be wondering why they have not received money from the first two sets of direct payments.

The U.S. government has sent out three rounds of stimulus checks — for up to $1,200, $600 and $1,400 — over the past year in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

The first stimulus payments, for as much as $1,200 per person, were authorized by Congress last spring. Meanwhile, the $600 and $1,400 payments were signed off on more recently, in December and March, respectively.

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Delinquent tax bill notices sent to some in St. Louis County who claim they were mailed on time

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Kimberling City firefighter aids Texas after storms as catastrophe insurance claim adjuster

DALLAS, (KY3) – Just two weeks ago, winter weather slammed the state Texas, leaving millions without power.

From the looks of it now, Eric Nielsen said everything seems normal.

”You can drive down a block and not see any damage,” said Nielsen.

Nielsen, a volunteer firefighter in Kimberling City, is currently serving as a catastrophe insurance adjuster in Texas, offering aid after the winter storms.

He says it’s what’s inside people’s homes and businesses that shows the devastating loss.

”The inside of the house is completely trashed from ceilings, to cabinets, to flooring. That’s the unique part a lot of

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Biden changes PPP loan rules, only small firms can claim for 2 weeks

  • Biden is changing PPP rules so that only businesses with fewer than 20 employees can claim loans.
  • The restriction will last two weeks from Wednesday.
  • The president is expected to formally announce the changes on Monday.
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President Joe Biden is set to change the main US coronavirus aid program for small businesses on Monday to try to reach smaller, minority-owned businesses and sole proprietors left behind in previous rounds of aid.

Biden administration officials said that for two weeks starting on Wednesday, the Small Business Administration would accept applications for forgivable

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Filing an Insurance Claim for Texas Storm Damage? Payouts Hinge on Policy Details

When the snow and ice melt, many Texans will file insurance claims for the damage. Some will be annoyed that they get nothing for a freezer-full of spoiled meat, while others will be pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to get money to fix a wrecked car.

The unusual winter storm in the big state is giving many insurers opportunity to test new mobile-based technology that has proliferated over the past year for more quickly settling claims for car wrecks, insurance-industry executives said.

But the massive storm also will highlight variations in basic homeowners policies that some consumer activists

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