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Opinion: Prepare to meet your future self

Commerce Trust Co.’s Constance Moore: “Presuming that maintaining your independence in your later years is a worthwhile objective, then maybe it’s time to meet your future self.”

Ollis/Akers/Arney’s Karen Shannon: “An important part of an organization’s well-being is the ability of its leaders to drive change.”

CFP Kenny Gott: “Unfortunately, even so-called experts whose only job is to predict the economy, and the stock and bond markets, are terrible at it.”

CFP Paula Dougherty: “If your retirement plan includes tax-advantaged accounts, there is a particular tax rule you should know about: required minimum distributions.”

Missouri Trust’s Tim Parrish: “Financial, estate and tax planning should not be mutually exclusive activities.”

Paula Dougherty says early retirement is possible with careful planning.

Drury’s Shannon Cuff says something must be done to get young people interested in teaching.

Ryan Baker of Kingly Consulting says getting to know yourself is a good start.

MSU’s Michael Merrigan says the United States can be educated by the United Kingdom and France, among other areas.

Cox Monett Hospital President Darren Bass: "We must create and maintain a culture where our staff want to work, patients in our communities and surrounding areas want to come for care, and our physicians want to practice medicine."

Downtown Springfield Association's Rusty Worley: "Local retailers and restaurants must band together to offer viable alternatives" to Amazon and others.

BKD’s Nathan Fitzgerald: "The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act made sweeping changes to how businesses and owners are taxed in construction, contracting and real estate development."

SCA’s Megan Short: “Developing teams with diversity and inclusion in mind helps bring multiple perspectives to the conversation.”

Michael Frerking of Guaranty Bank discusses loans tailed for those with lower credit scores.

Brian Hutchin of UMB Bank: “Fraud is not a new problem for many organizations. But unfortunately, the people who are committing it are becoming savvier by the day.”

Kenny Gott: "Getting more Social Security money – or potentially much less depending on how and when you claim – may have a significant effect on your retirement comfort, for the rest of your life."

Richard Ollis: "If your business doesn’t have a robust plan for attracting and retaining talent, you will be at a significant disadvantage in the marketplace."

Ryan Mooney of the chamber: "Economic development boils down to creating a place where businesses thrive and invest, in turn providing good jobs for people who commit to live and work there."

The SCA’s Megan Short: “Communication is a crucial aspect of project management and supply chain management.”

Robert Weddle of Drury University: "The skill sets employed by the profession’s brightest minds can help us identify and address the significant, interconnected issues facing society today and in the future."

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