CFP Paula Dougherty has choices to consider alongside active investments.
CFP Kenny Gott recommends you treat spec investments as you would any individual company stock.
Richard Ollis: Construction agreements have changed dramatically in the past decade.
Celeste Cramer of CoxHealth talks solutions to addressing the issue.
Richard Baker of Prime Capital Investment Advisors: Owning a house helps you build financial security in each phase of your life.
Kelsey Grubaugh has suggestions for making deals with the nation’s largest demographic group.
Todd Nielsen of JMark talks challenges in the banking industry.
Even people who are financially secure can fall into money traps, Paula Dougherty says.
Karen Armstrong of Arvest Bank: A lean talent pool should prompt construction companies to re-examine the benefits and company culture offered in order to recruit and retain the best workers.
Ryan Bowling of Guaranty Bank says a cultural strategy is necessary with social media.
Richard Ollis: The effectiveness of corporate wellness programs is being questioned.
Amy DeMelo of Cox College: The surest path to economic and social well-being is a college education.
Jeffrey Schmedeke of MSU: Educating the workforce with technology management skills and embracing lifelong learning is paramount.
CFP Kenny Gott encourages business owners to think about their long-term strategy.
Lynne Haggerman outlines new laws and changes for employers to look out for.
Jim Ashley of BKD goes over tax rules for restaurant owners who want to remodel.
Don Harkey of People Centric Consulting Group: Most successful providers have discovered compelling reasons to put culture at the top of their list.
Lisa Jones of Prime Capital Investment Advisors: Women often lose sight of taking care of themselves, to their detriment.
Certified financial planner Kenny Gott: It’s never too early to seek balance between current needs, wants and dreams, and to consider the planning and savings necessary to fulfill future retirement needs
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