The Neyland Report
Earning - Thriving - Giving Back

Homepage

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

Read Full Article

CASHLESS SOCIETY: NEW NORMAL?

    CASHLESS SOCIETY: NEW NORMAL?

Prior to the current pandemic, cash payments were becoming less pervasive in our society. Payments for merchandise, bills and services were increasingly being handled electronically, and payment systems were becoming more digitized. Today people are concerned about the safety of touching certain items and surfaces, making electronic payments a desirable way to affect transactions. Is cash really on the way out? Now that you can scan a payment from your smartphone or conduct your business all online, maybe cash is not necessary.

Read Full Article

TIPS FOR OLDER WORKERS CONSIDERING A CAREER CHANGE

    TIPS FOR OLDER WORKERS CONSIDERING A CAREER CHANGE

One of the unfortunate results of the pandemic is that many American workers will not have the option of returning to their jobs. A number of industries will not be able to hire back a significant number of their employees. The good news is that the unemployment rate is slowly falling, but unfortunately more people are losing their jobs permanently. Industries such as travel, hospitality, restaurants and casinos continue to announce layoffs. For some people this is a time they will either have to or choose to change careers. But how can you change careers in the middle of a pandemic?

Read Full Article

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.

Read Full Article

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.

Read Full Article

SHOULD YOU RETIRE IN 2020?

  SHOULD YOU RETIRE IN 2020?

As the national unemployment rate continues in record numbers, many American workers wonder if and when they will go back to work. Among them are older workers, many of whom report they are considering early retirement, rather than accept their perceived health risks in the workplace. But is this the right time to retire? What are the advantages and downsides of considering early retirement? The Neyland Report takes a look at the consideration of this major life change.

Read Full Article

7 GREAT APPS FOR SENIORS

  7 GREAT APPS FOR SENIORS

Most of us rely pretty heavily on our smartphones, and especially those handy apps. The good news is that more and more apps are being developed that are perfect for seniors. Here are seven of our favorites:

Read Full Article

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?

Read Full Article

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.

Read Full Article

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:

Read Full Article
1 2 3 8