Vermont Law School continues FEMA assistance for residents

first_imgVermont Law School,Vermont Law School’s Land Use Clinic and South Royalton Legal Clinic are continuing to help residents to fill out FEMA applications for Tropical Storm Irene-related damage from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m., Tuesday through Friday in the VLS Library. The South Royalton Legal Clinic also will provide civil legal assistance. For more information, call 802.831.1028. Residents should bring their Social Security number, address, contact telephone number, insurance information, total household income, bank routing and account information (if they want FEMA funds directly deposited into their bank account) and a description of losses caused by the disaster. If residents need additional legal advice, VLS volunteers will put them in contact with someone who can assist them. VLS faculty and student-clinicians are available to talk to the media about their relief efforts. VLS 9.6.2011last_img read more

The numbers are in: How and where members spent during Black Friday weekend

first_imgLike most consumers, credit union members are increasingly shifting to online channels to shop for the holidays.That’s according to an analysis of CO-OP credit union members’ credit and debit card purchases from Thanksgiving Day through Cyber Monday. 27.5 percent of all credit card purchases came from digital channels. That’s a more than 2-point increase as compared 2017’s 25 percent. Debit transactions that came from digital channels similarly increased by 2.2 percentage points (from 14.8 percent to 16.6 percent).Our findings were in close alignment with a November 24 report by Adobe Analytics, which found that this year’s Black Friday was the first day in history to see more than $2 billion in sales from smartphones. continue reading » ShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more