The end of a protracted pandemic-induced pause in student loan payments is a significant development that will affect millions of borrowers. The action is taking place against a backdrop of shaky economic conditions and acrimonious discussions about the fate of personal finance in the country.
As part of a Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Initiative, thousands of Texas borrowers are celebrating their forgiveness of their student loan obligations in a historic move. The initiative, a major campaign pledge from President Joe Biden, has significantly relieved the burden of large student debt for many people.
Tesla, the top producer of electric vehicles, has made a ground-breaking move by providing 84-month auto loans to prospective purchasers in response to the current economic climate and rising interest rates. Although Tesla's CEO, Elon Musk, has given a warning regarding the financial environment, the extended loan term intends to give customers more flexibility in financing their electric automobiles.
An employer who discriminates against an employee or applicant on the basis of the person’s gender identity is violating the prohibition on sex discrimination contained in Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, according to an opinion issued on April 20, 2012 by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). Metro Weekly Coverage
Today, as Exxon Mobil’s shareholders are expected to vote again to deny workplace protections to its lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) employees, and the city of Houston, Texas votes on whether to extend such protections to LGBT workers, a newly released report paints a sobering portrait of widespread discrimination faced by LGBT people in the workplace. [...]
A stable budget is not something from the sci-fi sphere. That is why this opportunity must be accessible to all residents of our community.
In this regard, we offer our readers a little guide to managing their budget and being entitled to a sum of money always accessible. [...]
During the summer of 2011, the Center for American Progress (CAP) released a new public opinion poll showing that the American public strongly supports workplace nondiscrimination protections for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people. [...]
“[A]llegations of discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation necessarily state a claim of discrimination on the basis of sex” barred by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruled in a groundbreaking July 2015 decision.
“Freedom to Work applauds this historic decision by the EEOC, and we encourage gay men, [...]
Rabbi David Saperstein provided the Congressional testimony below explaining ENDA’s religious exemption [...]
A new financial opportunity has arrived in our community. Meet loan products with no complicated credit verification.
When you check how much money you have left on your card and realize that the amount is less than you expected, it is clear that you are going to face an unforeseen expense. [...]
In a January 30, 2015 ruling, the Illinois Department of Human Rights found substantial evidence that Exxon engaged in sexual orientation discrimination in violation of the Illinois Human Rights Act.
The decision comes nearly two years after Freedom to Work filed a charge of discrimination against ExxonMobil asserting that Exxon gave an unlawful hiring [...]
The National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and National Center for Transgender Equality conducted a national survey of transgender Americans and documented widespread employment discrimination and economic insecurity [...]
LGBT community also needs a sustainable system that will allow residents to get the best financial help whenever they need it.
According to our mission, we made available some opportunities to give them this freedom. Here are several solutions to get cash fast to cover emergency needs. [...]