In 2020, the Elevations Community Relief Fund provided more than $150,000.
On June 8, 2020, the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER), which has official responsibility for determining U.S. business cycles, announced that February 2020 marked the end of an expansion that began in 2009 and the beginning of a recession.1 This was no great surprise considering widespread business closures due to the coronavirus pandemic and the
Scammers are taking advantage of the uncertainty during the pandemic and finding ways to take advantage of innocent victims by stealing their money and personal information. Protect yourself and your loved ones by learning about these scams. 1. Work-At-Home Scam This scam promises victims the opportunity to work from home and make a substantial amount
We believe in giving back to the people and places we serve, and we are thankful our members do too. We want to thank you, our members and community, for supporting Elevations Foundation and the Elevations Community Relief Fund as we respond to the COVID-19 crisis. In March and early April, our community stepped up
In the current market environment, the value of your holdings may be fluctuating widely — and it’s natural to feel tentative about investing more. But regularly adding to an account that’s designed for a long-term goal may cushion the emotional impact of market swings. If losses are offset even in part by new savings, the
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the due date for filing federal income tax returns and making tax payments has been postponed by the IRS from Wednesday, April 15, 2020, to Wednesday, July 15, 2020. Taxpayers will incur no interest, penalties or additions to tax during this 90-day relief period for any return or payment postponed
The COVID-19 pandemic is unlike anything we’ve seen before, impacting all of our lives in unprecedented ways. Whether you’re concerned about staying healthy, worried about your finances or struggling with feelings of isolation, Dr. Joseph A. Michelli, Ph.D., a friend of Elevations, has suggestions to help you cope with change and uncertainty from coronavirus. Coping
On March 20, 2020, the Department of Education announced terms for student loan relief for tens of millions of borrowers in response to COVID-19.1 Here are answers to some questions about the new rules. Does the relief apply to all student loan borrowers? This relief only applies to borrowers with outstanding federal student loans. Private