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Ashley Wells takes the helm as David Burnett retires.

Newsmakers in the areas of accounting, banking & finance, education, health care, media and recreation.

City aims to solve vacancy problem with new incentives.

Robert Hedgecorth is hired as executive director of finance and business operations.

The 4,587 institutions insured by the FDIC had $256.9 billion in collective net income last year.

The organization reports 150 people participated in the March 2 Polar Plunge in Springfield.

Abacus CPAs, FORVIS and KPM CPAs & Advisors are recognized.

Fervent Wealth Management's Richard Baker responds to the latest inflation report.

The hospital is the only one in Missouri among's best hospitals.

SBJ compiles list of 24 homes in city limits with asking prices of at least $500,000.

The Ozark-based company buys the territory rights to 67 counties in the Sunflower State from M&M Golf Cars.

Certified financial planner Kenny Gott suggests building survivors' guide.

Columnist Paula Dougherty: "Like many aspects of divorce, managing your finances after splitting up with your spouse can feel complicated and overwhelming."

SBJ interviews the market executive and senior vice president at Phelps County Bank.

While banking officials say the industry has largely been on stable ground since last year’s high-profile bank failures in California and New York, the uncertainty of factors such as higher interest rates and the presidential election will continue to keep banks on a conservative path.

SignalPoint Asset Management's Myles Jackson: "A traditional IRA will be subject to required minimum distributions. A Roth IRA will not. This means you have more control over your income, and in turn your taxes, during retirement."

Newsmakers in the areas of banking & finance, education, health care and nonprofit.

Check Out Hunger campaign contributions will provide more than 142,000 meals.

Epic Strategies and ACIS IT Solutions are recognized as fast-growth businesses.

An infrastructure reimbursement agreement for Sunshine Towne Center is contingent upon CID approval, which is set for a March 11 vote. 

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