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SBA Loan Programs and the CARES Act

During this unprecedented time of uncertainty for our clients and community, ThompsonMcMullan is committed to providing up-to-date guidance and resources to help clients safely weather this current crisis. We have…

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act

On March 14, 2020, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Families First Coronavirus Response Act in response to the coronavirus outbreak.  The Senate passed the same legislation on March…

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U.S. Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loans

There has been a lot of information coming out in the news about funding relief for small businesses in Virginia.  While this is a rapidly changing environment, here are the…

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Virginia’s Newest Discrimination Law and Employers

In February, Virginia became the first Southern state, and the 21st state overall, to pass a ban on LGBTQ discrimination.  Currently, this bill is on Governor Ralph Northram’s desk, awaiting…

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Important Message: ThompsonMcMullan’s Response to COVID-19

ThompsonMcMullan would like our clients to know of the precautions we are taking to keep our firm and community safe during the COVID-19 outbreak. The information on how best to…

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Make Sure You Are Counted in the 2020 Census

The 2020 census is starting soon, and seniors need to be counted. This may be more of a challenge this year because for the first time, the census will be…

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How Secure Is Social Security?

For years people have been worried about Social Security’s future, but what is the actual outlook? According to the federal government, unless Congress acts to intervene, Social Security shortfalls are…

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The Trump Administration Allows States to Choose Medicaid Block Grants

The Trump administration has unveiled a plan to allow states the option to cap Medicaid spending using block grants. While this change does not directly affect nursing home residents on…

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How Does Medicaid Treat Income?

The basic Medicaid rule for nursing home residents is that they must pay all of their income, minus certain deductions, to the nursing home. The deductions include a $60-a-month personal…

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Is it Time to Update My Will and Power of Attorney?

Creating your estate planning documents the first time can be intimidating. Who wants to focus that hard on the possibility of becoming sick, or on their final days? Once the…