While each case varies, it often makes sense for people to file a bankruptcy claim at the lowest point of their financial problems, so it’s likely that filings will steeply grow later in the year. “People should oftentimes wait until they think their financial situation is going to get better instead of filing only to fall into more debt afterward,” Pavuluri says. “We would predict that it wouldn’t be in the next couple of months, but around the end of Q2 or beginning of Q3, the rate of bankruptcy filings should increase.” … [Read more...] about People are starting to declare bankruptcy from coronavirus—but it’s often impossible to do while distancing
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Except it is, because this is crisis time. The stores are closed. Any retailers with an online presence are desperate to move inventory so that they are not stuck with out-of-season stock no one will want in two months when — if — the curve flattens and the doors reopen. And because online sales are the only source of revenue they have to keep their employees paid and their business afloat. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus pandemic | Should we still go shopping (online)?
Tata Motors is faced with an unprecedented situation. Luxury car sales have been poor and expected to remain under pressure for many quarters especially after the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Its other cash cow, the truck and bus division, is under a prolonged slowdown and car business will come under heightened competition very soon. Besides being the most vulnerable, the car business is also the smallest of the three division and perhaps the real reason why Tata Motors is keen to find a partner. Today's automotive wrap takes a look at this strategic step by Tata Motors. But first, here is the complete look at all the major developments of the week. … [Read more...] about This week in Auto: Why Tata Motors is looking for partners, SC partially relaxes BS-IV sale deadline
Alexandra Hsie, 30, is a freelance video producer who lives in Manhattan with her fiancé, Peter Andrews, 31, who she hears is a UX designer. Andrews tries hard to understand what she does, Hsie told me, but she goes elsewhere (her friends in the industry and her colleagues) when she needs someone to get in the weeds with her about anything related to her work. Which is exactly how she wants it to be. … [Read more...] about Couples having a working-from-home revelation: That’s what you do all day?
(Also worth noting: Kerri Hicks, a university library web services manager, suggested that the kitchen can be a looming temptation for the new home worker. She advised, “With a fully stocked fridge and pantry, it can be tempting to run to the fridge for a snack at intervals that wouldn’t be appropriate in an office. Avoid all-day grazing by prepping a snack or two in the morning, and scheduling them throughout the day.”) … [Read more...] about Working from home? Here’s how to separate the ‘work’ from the ‘home’