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Medicare Open Enrollment Period About to End

Medicare Open Enrollment Period About to End The Annual Election Period (AEP) – the period during which individuals with Medicare can make coverage elections regarding Medicare Advantage (MA), or remaining with or changing to Original [fee-for-service] Medicare, and Part D plans for the following year – started October 15th and ends on December 7th. This period […]

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Stimulus Payment 2020 Filing Extension – Update

REQUEST YOUR COVID-19 “STIMULUS” PAYMENT NOW!! Due to the economic impact of COVID-19 on individuals and families, the federal government has been sending payments of $1,200 and an additional $500 per dependent child over the past several months.  They are commonly referred to as “stimulus” payments, but the IRS – which issues them — calls them […]

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FORECLOSURE MORATORIUM EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 31, 2020

FORECLOSURE MORATORIUMS EXTENDED TO DECEMBER 31, 2020 Existing foreclosure moratoriums have been extended to at least December 31, 2020.  The current moratoriums were set to expire on August 31, 2020. This is the third extension of the foreclosure and eviction moratoriums since March 18, 2020. FHA: (Federal Housing Authority) This applies to all FHA Title II […]

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https://www.cabq.gov/coronavirus-information/community-resources-during-covid

Please go to:  https://www.cabq.gov/coronavirus-information/community-resources-during-covid

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ALERT: Nursing Home and Assisted Living Facility Residents—YOUR STIMULUS PAYMENTS BELONG TO YOU!

ALERT: Nursing Home and Assisted Living Facility Residents—YOUR STIMULUS PAYMENTS BELONG TO YOU! Over the past two and a half months, the IRS has sent out more than a million federal “stimulus” payments to New Mexicans.  Authorized by a federal law called the “CARES” Act, these payments are officially called “Economic Impact Payments” (EIPs).  They […]

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Stimulus Payments on Prepaid Cards – what you need to know

Many people received their stimulus payment on a prepaid card – but since the envelope did not identify it and there was limited information provided – some people did not activate the card or threw the envelope away.  This was because it looked like a credit or prepaid card application that you did not apply […]

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ALERT: Medicare Adopts Special Relief for Some Enrollment and Plan Choices; BUT WITH DEADLINES THIS MONTH.

ALERT: Medicare Adopts Special Relief for Some Enrollment and Plan Choices; BUT WITH DEADLINES THIS MONTH. The federal Medicare agency (CMS) recently adopted two types of special relief to help people who wanted to make Part A and B enrollment choices, and/or switch Medicare Advantage Plans, since March, but didn’t do so. They were adopted […]

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THE EIP STIMULUS PAYMENT PREPAID CARD: NOT A SCAM; HOW TO AVOID FEES

Please go to the following National Consumer  Law Center’s link: Issue-Brief-Money-Network-EIP-Cards  

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Apply today for rental assistance – AHA Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher – Limited Intake of Pre-Applications for Section 8 Lottery, June 1 to June 30,

Apply today for rental assistance AHA Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Limited Intake of Pre-Applications for Section 8 Lottery, June 1 to June 30, 2020 Go to the following links: Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher – June 1 2020 Admissions Lottery Packet AHA AHA Brochure 2020     ‌ ‌

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ALERT: SOME PEOPLE CAN STILL REQUEST COVID-19 “STIMULUS” PAYMENTS THIS YEAR

ALERT SOME PEOPLE CAN STILL REQUEST COVID-19 “STIMULUS” PAYMENTS THIS YEAR The federal government has been sending payments of $1,200 or more to millions of people over the past several weeks.  They are commonly referred to as “stimulus” payments, but the IRS – which issues them — calls them “Economic Impact Payments” (EIPs).  Most EIPs […]

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