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MARKET UPDATE FROM JOHN C. NEYLAND

    MARKET UPDATE FROM JOHN C. NEYLAND

This week John discusses what is to come with the stock market, including an ultimate good outcome, but some bumps in the road along the way. Volatility must be expected

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SMALL BUSINESSES ELIGIBLE FOR NEW STATE GRANTS

    SMALL BUSINESSES ELIGIBLE FOR NEW STATE GRANTS

If you are a small business owner based in Louisiana, and did not receive other federal aid through the Paycheck Protection Program or through a U.S. Small Business Administration disaster loan, or insurance for interruptions to their business, you may qualify for a grant of up to $15,000. Distribution of these grant payments IS expected to begin in July.

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6 WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED DURING QUARANTINE

    6 WAYS TO STAY CONNECTED DURING QUARANTINE

If you are getting tired of staying home, you are not alone. Many people thought by now we would be out and about more than we are. Governor John Bel Edwards announced that Louisiana will extend Phase 2 of the re-opening at least two weeks longer than expected. People over 65 and those with underlying health conditions are advised to stay home as much as possible. What do people miss most? Probably connecting with other people. With that in mind, here are a few easy ways to stay connected with others while at home.

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IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL YET?

    IS IT SAFE TO TRAVEL YET?

Cities across the country are incrementally opening up, businesses are welcoming patrons and some people are going back to work. But what about traveling? Is it safe to fly, stay in a hotel, rent an AirBnB property? We are entering what are traditionally the heaviest travel months of the year, but experts urge caution and careful planning before venturing out for a vacation.

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WORKING FROM HOME: OUR NEW NORMAL?

  WORKING FROM HOME: OUR NEW NORMAL?

A substantial portion of the American population is still working from home after four full months. Interestingly, many people find that they like the idea, and a number of U.S. companies have decided that many of their employees will continue to work from their homes for the foreseeable future. Several weeks ago, for example, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced that a huge percentage of his employees can work from home permanently. Other companies, including Facebook, made similar announcements. Is working from home the future of American industry?

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THE CARES ACT AND YOUR RETIREMENT SAVINGS

  THE CARES ACT AND YOUR RETIREMENT SAVINGS

The country is several weeks into the implementation of The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act), the $2 trillion legislation designed to fast track direct economic assistance for American workers and families, small businesses, and preserves jobs for American industries. The CARES Act, signed into law on March 27, has strong implications for those with retirement savings plans.

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TRAVELERS: What To Expect At The Airport

  TRAVELERS: What To Expect At The Airport

With cities nationwide cautiously opening businesses and public spaces, many people are beginning to plan future vacations and business trips. Traveling will likely be a bit different than it used to be, starting with the airport experience. Airports are working hard to determine the best ways to keep their environments clean and safe. Here are a few changes you should expect as airports adapt to the new needs of travelers:

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WHY YOUR STIMULUS PAYMENT IS LESS THAN YOU EXPECTED

  WHY YOUR STIMULUS PAYMENT IS LESS THAN YOU EXPECTED

The good news is that the government reports approximately 130 million stimulus checks have been sent out (as of May 12, 2020). Unfortunately, many people are still waiting for their checks, and even some of those who have received them report their payment was less than the $1200 figure we all heard about. The Neyland Report did some research and we found several reasons your check may be less than expected:

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TELEMEDICINE: See Your Doctor From Home

  TELEMEDICINE: See Your Doctor From Home

If traveling to the doctor’s office, finding a place to park and sitting in close quarters in the waiting room does not appeal to you right now, the good news is that you may not need to. During the current virus pandemic, thousands of doctors nationwide have adopted the use of technology to offer their services to you in the comfort of your home. Telemedicine is transforming medical services. Since most people have either a smartphone, laptop or tablet computer, existing technology now allows your doctor to meet with you remotely, to diagnose and treat many illnesses and ailments,

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HOW YOU CAN HELP DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

  HOW YOU CAN HELP DURING THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK

Even with the government, companies and charitable organizations all pitching in to help those in need during the Covid-19 outbreak, many people are still in dire need of help. Fortunately, various organizations have shifted into high gear to help Americans with food, money and even shelter. If you want to pitch in or donate, here are some suggestions that may help you get started:

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