Glide Xpress debuted in Springfield; a second location of accounting firm Jenkins CPA LLC opened; and Soozeezbeez Honey Beetique LLC relocated.
Local officials say they're working "to develop answers where the law is silent or vague” on a property tax freeze for older adults.
SignalPoint Asset Management's Myles Jackson has questions to ask when considering retirement income.
FORVIS LLP's Travis Liles: "The important thing to keep in mind is to work with a trusted adviser to develop a tax-efficient withdrawal strategy that is right for you. They can help assess your unique circumstances and recommend the best strategy for your needs."
UMB Bank's Justin Butler: "While no one can predict exactly when the economy will shift or to what degree, protecting cash flow and preparing for different scenarios with your financial advisers are proactive ways to set your business up for success in today’s changing environment."
A state tax credit program designed to primarily help nonprofits fund community initiatives and boost economic development is benefiting a project for one Springfield organization for the second time in five years.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, law, municipal and nonprofit.
For 24 years, Springfield Business Journal has honored women for their professional and civic accomplishments and contributions.
Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, education, food service, insurance and nonprofit.
An independent panel of judges has chosen the 13th annual class of Springfield Business Journal’s Men of the Year. The award recognizes the professional, philanthropic and civic contributions of businessmen throughout the Springfield region.
Five local businesses make the annual fast-growth list.
FORVIS' Dan Prater: "On this National Nonprofit Day, take time to learn about the important work being done by organizations and consider getting involved. All of us have an opportunity and a responsibility to make southwest Missouri a better place for everyone."
Turnout for the Springfield special election comes in at less than 6%.
SBJ's 2023 Economic Growth Series documents the fifth year of survey data collected from area business leaders in an effort to provide valuable insights that might better guide local business decision-making.
FORVIS maintains its No. 8 spot, while KPM and Abacus move up in the rankings.
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