John Hicks

Great Grill Safety

Great Grill Safety

The fourth of July, even in COVID, means grilling. Food poisoning peaks in the summer months when warmer temperatures cause foodborne germs to flourish. Follow these steps for a safe and enjoyable grilling season. Separate When shopping, pick up meat, poultry, and seafood last, right before checkout. Separate them from other food in your shopping […]

How to Protect Your Credit Score During the Coronavirus Pandemic

How to Protect Your Credit Score During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Taking advantage of financial aid isn’t supposed to hurt your credit, but some consumers are being dinged With the coronavirus pandemic sending millions of Americans scrambling to make ends meet, another type of economic fallout is bubbling in the background: consumers’ worsening credit status due to late or unpaid bills. But making a bad situation […]

The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act & You

The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act & You

The Senate on Wednesday cleared the way for crucial changes to the Paycheck Protection Program, the now-$669 billion forgivable loan program, to make funding more accessible and less rule-bound for small businesses hamstrung by the effects of the coronavirus. The Paycheck Protection Program Flexibility Act, which passed the Senate by a vote of unanimous consent, extends the […]

What you need to know about latest TSA coronavirus screening procedures

What you need to know about latest TSA coronavirus screening procedures

The Transportation Security Administration says it is making some changes to its security screening procedures, but did not include passenger temperature screening in its list, something a federal official has told CNN the agency is considering. The changes include several ways to prevent officers from handling travelers’ belongings and travelers from handling shared X-ray bins. The agency […]

Eight areas of focus for restoring business operations

Eight areas of focus for restoring business operations

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), COVID-19 is expected to remain a public health threat. Community containment has helped slow the spread of this disease throughout the country, and we will need to continue to focus on these efforts. As sections of the country slowly reinstate parts of the workforce, critical […]

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