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Opinion: Pro-business regulatory changes on deck for 2020

Columnist Lynne Haggerman discusses recent law changes.

Attorney Stephen Aton: "While an LLC is very helpful in protecting your personal assets from the obligations of your business, the protection it offers is not absolute."

Arvest Bank’s Kala Forehand: “Depending on startup costs and the way the business measures profit, it could take two to five years for a business to stand on its own.”

BKD’s Dan Prater has six ways nonprofits bring benefits to our region.

Attorney Andy Peebles: "With planned giving ... charities live and breathe on the goodwill and donations of their supporters."

CFP Kenny Gott: “Ask questions until you get your head around any particular investment.”

Commerce Trust Co.’s Drew Spencer: "Despite ongoing cross currents and headwinds, related to a unique set of global factors, the U.S. economy is on solid footing."

Columnist Paula Dougherty: “Prepare yourself for the fact that investing is not a smooth upward climb.”

SCA’s Megan Short: “By utilizing software, businesses can show transparency of time and resources.”

People Centric CEO Don Harkey: "The definition of health is changing."

Downtown Springfield Association’s Rusty Worley highlights grant funding, new hotels and more.

Aton Law Firm's Stephen Aton: "Real estate purchasers often wonder how best to title and hold real estate. There are many options."

Dee King: "If your business is one of the 97% that uses checks to pay business expenses, you need to be aware of the risks and familiar with a simple tool that can help protect your business."

Zach Fee: "Whether your business is building capital or in a growth cycle, effectively managing excess liquidity is vital to a successful cash-management strategy."

Debbie Bills: "A knowledgeable loan officer is an important member of a home renovation team to walk through the financing options, which can be a stressful part of the process."

Your Digital Marketing Assistant’s Jahana Uchtman: "The rise of digital marketing has increased businesses’ ability to act in-house instead of relying on outside help."

Author LaDonna Greiner: "Investing time in activities that show employees they are valued and appreciated is crucial to establishing brand recognition."

SCA’s Megan Short: “When individuals are engaged in the community, they are more likely to buy into the outcomes.”

Columnist Lynne Haggerman gives an update on laws.

Attorney Andy Peebles: “When planning for the distribution of your property to the next generation, a frequently overlooked but vitally important category to consider are your digital assets.”

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