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Angie Besendorfer of WGU Missouri says "it is becoming more difficult to ... differentiate between candidates with degrees from the same university."

UMB Bank’s Justin Butler describes opportunities to save money and reduce risk.

DSA Executive Director Rusty Worley: New local guests “are on the lookout for tastes, shopping and festivals as they discover what makes southwest Missouri unique.”

Lisa Alexander of the CoxHealth Foundation: "No matter how your company creates its charitable mission, there are many things to be gained."

Jeff Eiserman of Ollis/Akers/Arney says companies are obligated to project sensitive info.

Matt Morrow speaks to the needs identified by businesses.

Drew Spencer of Commerce Trust says a portfolio drop can be hazardous to one’s health.

Lynne Haggerman breaks down laws that have adjusted health insurance and benefits.

Francis Skalicky of the Missouri Department of Conservation discusses environmental economics.

CPA Kristin Carter says “many taxpayers are still unsure of their tax situation and how tax reform will affect them.”

Wealth adviser Paula Dougherty: “Retirement brings the end of a chapter in your career and the start of a new lifestyle.”

Kenny Gott says couples should talk to each other and other relatives about after-death plans.

Michael Frerking of Guaranty Bank: “Home construction loans are different and can be a little confusing.”

Lynne Haggerman has the low down on new harassment guidelines, among other topics.

Ashlee Radford of Guaranty Bank: Large deposits could be working smarter.

Byron Pierce of UMB Bank has three considerations.

Dylan Holloway of OakStar Bank lays out options.

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