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16 income boosters if you’re short on cash this month

Whether you’re struggling to make rent or just saving up for a new phone, extra money in your pocket during the pandemic is always a good thing.

Millions of Americans are feeling the pinch these days, especially now that the $600 bonus unemployment benefits are over and the pause on evictions ended on July 31.

There are a lot of lists online that claim to have the answers to your money woes, but it’s hard to tell which methods really work and which ones are scams.

To make things easier, we checked out a bunch of offers and put together this list of 17 legit ways you can give your bank balance a boost when times are tough.

1. Check if you’ve got any unclaimed money kicking around

It’s possible that you have unclaimed money just sitting in an old account — seriously, it happens a lot. In fact, Americans

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The Boys season 2 release date, new footage, short film, and more

The problem with following The Boys is that one minute you think you’ve seen all season 2 has to offer and – in an A-Train style blink of an eye – there’s enough to fill the vaults of Vought Seven times over.

But we’ve just about caught up from not only the Amazon Prime show’s big SDCC panel, plus all the fallout from it too. 

We’ve got the latest and greatest quotes, news of a season 2 supplementary aftershow, and even what I can only describe as the most WTF clip in The Boys history down below. Which is saying something.

With September fast approaching, we’ve even put together a quick guide on everything you need to know about The Boys season 2. There’s a new release schedule for one thing, plus images, episode titles, and a diabolical tease from the likes of Karl Urban of what’s to come later … Read More

Ascena Tackled a Tough Market and Fell Short

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The Ascena Retail Group bit off more than it could chew and — in a desperate attempt to streamline — ran out of time.

COVID-19 cut short Ascena’s bid to remake itself as a smaller, more viable company, forcing it to file for bankruptcy on Thursday. The company has $1.3 billion in long-term debt and operates about 2,700 stores.

Ascena, which piled up its debt through a string of acquisitions over the years, said it entered into a restructuring  agreement with more than 68 percent of its secured term lenders to reduce the debt by about $1 billion and provide $150 million in funding from the lenders, which, with cash flow from existing operations, would provide sufficient funds to continuing operating.

The company also said it will reduce its footprint by closing a significant number of Justice stores and certain Ann Taylor, Loft,

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