Jul 01, 2020
Infonavit will give you more time to apply for unemployment support
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The Institute of the National Fund for Housing for Workers (Infonavit) announced this Friday that it was approved to extend the term to receive applications for access to unemployment support. In other words, if you lost your job, you can request this support so that your credit is not affected, for example, with the accumulation of interest.
According to a statement from Infonavit, this is intended to enable workers to preserve their assets and have financial solvency during the Covid-19 health emergency, and to continue contributing to the preservation of sources of employment. The deadline for receiving applications will last until August 31, 2020.
We extend the deadline to request a protection measure until August 31. Our goal is to support workers to conserve their heritage and contribute to the preservation of sources of employment during the Covid-19 health emergency. pic.twitter.com/MVvMtE6gdb
– Infonavit (@Infonavit) June 30, 2020
What do unemployment benefits consist of?
The mechanism will allow borrowers who lost their jobs or suffered a salary reduction, and have not yet received direct support from Infonavit, to apply for them and benefit from up to three months of Unemployment Insurance, without the need to pay any copay; extensions of your monthly payment for up to three months, with freezing of balance and without capitalization of interest; or a combination of both measures.
What you must do to request unemployment support from Infonavit
To request these supports, the procedure remains unchanged: the borrowers must enter My Account Infonavit (my account.infonavit.org.mx) with their username and password and answer a questionnaire that will serve to determine the applicable benefit.
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On the other hand, the institute reported that the borrowers who already received these supports during the first stage, from April 15 to June 30, 2020, will be contacted directly to determine if they require an expansion of the supports.
Furthermore, to help preserve employment sources, employers may defer to Infonavit one more two-month period from their contributions to the housing subaccount; as long as they request it before August 31, 2020 on the Institute’s business portal (businessmen.infonavit.org.mx).
Small and medium-sized companies (SMEs) may extend the payment of up to three two-month periods; while companies with more than 250 employees may defer up to two bimesters. Contributions will resume in November 2020.
Until June 25, Infonavit had directly supported 203 thousand 100 workers through Unemployment Insurance, extensions, or the combination of both measures.
51% of the beneficiaries are concentrated in eight entities: the State of Mexico, Nuevo León, Quintana Roo, Jalisco, Guanajuato, Veracruz, Mexico City and Puebla.
Likewise, until June 25, the Institute has indirectly benefited 2 million 198 thousand 282 workers, with the deferral of employer contributions to the housing subaccount, in the amount of 1,540 million pesos. With this measure, aimed at employers, 29,270 companies have been supported, of which 95% are SMEs.
52% of the workers benefited from the deferral of employer contributions are concentrated in five entities: Mexico City, State of Mexico, Nuevo León, Jalisco and Quintana Roo.
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Never Trump Republicans Plot to Give Democrats the Senate Majority
Never Trump super PAC the Lincoln Project and other anti-Trump Republicans continue to plot to not only take down President Donald Trump, but also the Senate Republican majority, according to a report released on Saturday.
Never Trump Republicans believe that preventing a second term for Trump is insufficient, and that Senate Republicans must also pay the price of backing the 45th president.
Steve Schmidt, who works for the Never Trump Lincoln Project, said, “The analogy would be in the same way that fire purifies the forest, it needs to be burned to the ground and fundamentally repudiated. Every one of them should be voted out of office, with the exception of Mitt Romney.”
To wage their war on the Republican Party, the Lincoln Project announced six-figure ad buys against Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), Sens. Joni Ernst (R-IA), Thom Tillis (R-NC), and Martha McSally (R-AZ). The latter three senators face competitive Senate races this November.
Breitbart News reported in June that the Lincoln Project endorsed Montana Democrat Gov. Steve Bullock’s bid to unseat incumbent Republican Sen. Steve Daines (R-MT).
“Bullock represents the best of America’s ideals,” John Weaver, one of the Lincoln Group’s cofounders, said. “He cares about his constituents and works every day to make sure their lives are better. The Lincoln Project is proud to support Steve Bullock and usher in a new era of decent, fair, and honest leadership.”
Jennifer Horn, a former New Hampshire GOP chairwoman who advises the Lincoln Project, said that Senate Republicans had the “authority and the ability” challenge Trump, but chose not to.
“The only way to make sure that Trumpism doesn’t continue to rule the Republican Party for years to come is to make sure that we defeat not only the president, but those people who have enabled him,” she added.
Former Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL), who launched a failed bid for president this cycle, said that he plans to announce his Bravery Project next week, which will target Republicans in battleground states such as Arizona, Florida, Michigan, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin.
Trump has to lose and every Republican senator up for reelection has to lose because they’ve enabled. Do I want the Democrats to take control of the Senate? No. But I have no choice. To me, these Republicans like Martha McSally and Thom Tillis and Susan Collins have breached their office.
It means the Democrats will be in control of D.C. and they will try to push policies I disagree with. That will leave someone like me fighting against their policies. I don’t look forward to that, but that will be the necessary result.
Bill Kristol — a Never Trump neoconservative, former editor of the Weekly Standard, and adviser to the Republican Voters Against Trump — said that helping give the Democrats the Senate majority would be restrained by their own, more moderate members.
“Life is full of imperfect choices. Even if Democrats have 52 senators, several are going to be John Hickenlooper, Mark Warner, Michael Bennet, who are pretty moderate Democrats,” Kristol said.
He added, “They still believe in a free market system. I think the cartoon version of the Democratic Party on Fox News and conservative outlets ?— that’s not going to be the party that governs.”