Growing antipathy to Trump among Florida's seniors as virus rages
Miami (AFP) - It should have been an idyllic retirement in coastal Florida for Gregory and Elvira Zec. Instead, they are contemplating a future overshadowed by fear because of a Covid-19 outbreak that has laid low friends and family alike.Like other seniors, they are high risk for the raging coronavirus epidemic that has killed 216,000 Americans and turned many of the elderly against President Donald Trump in a crucial election year."The big thing for me is the coronavirus because that is killing a lot of people and it's getting worse," said Zec, 69, who lives with his 72-year-old wife in Sara...
Citizens living abroad or in U.S. territory: Did (or will) they qualify for coronavirus stimulus checks
All hopes of another round of stimulus checks are still not dead as calls are being made for standalone bills. This means eligible Americans, including U.S. citizens living outside the U.S. or a resident of a U.S. territory, still stand a chance of getting coronavirus stimulus checks.Q2 2020 hedge fund letters, conferences and moreCoronavirus stimulus checks for U.S. citizens living abroad or in U.S. territoriesThere will be many U.S. citizens living abroad or in U.S. territories who may still have questions regarding their eligibility for the first coronavirus stimulus check, as well as for t...