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Dywane A. Hall & Company is an independent firm with over three decades of experience specializing with individual and corporate retirement plans and holistic wealth management.

Whether you are a large business developing employee benefits plans, an individual preparing for retirement, or a young professional beginning your financial journey, our team is here for you. We strive to truly understand your unique goals and objectives, then build a customized plan that will manage your needs.

Our independence puts you first. We are not primarily compensated by selling financial products, nor are we obliged to meet a sales quota. Instead, we are free to give our clients objective, honest advice. We succeed if you succeed.

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The year 2020 was unprecedented for so many reasons—all because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many suffered from job losses, had to juggle childcare while working from home, and tried to keep their small businesses open with few resources. Thankfully, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) established a business loan program to help keep businesses across the country afloat during tough economic times. You may have already taken advantage of the first...