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Opinion: Knowing differences between construction loans, mortgages

Michael Frerking of Guaranty Bank: “Home construction loans are different and can be a little confusing.”

Wyatt Jenkins of BKD Corporate Finance points to “higher interest rates, a bullish outlook on bank stocks, a strong economy, a more bank-friendly regulatory environment and lower tax rates.”

Chandler Johnston of Arvest Bank: "Customers put their trust and confidence in a secure system each time they make credit and debit transactions."

Don Davis of Commerce Trust Co. asks, "What does it mean for Springfield?"

Don Harkey of People Centric Consulting Group: “Good design starts with a simple question: What do we want our ideal organization to do?”

Lynne Haggerman breaks down laws that have adjusted health insurance and benefits.

Drew Spencer of Commerce Trust says a portfolio drop can be hazardous to one’s health.

Ryan Mooney of the chamber says “the next evolution of economic development is underway.”

Richard Baker of Prime Capital Investment Advisers says economic development comes down to investing in people.

Scott Rogers of CoxHealth says there are more ways than ever to receive care.

Francis Skalicky of the Missouri Department of Conservation discusses environmental economics.

Sandy Howard of the Springfield chamber: "Our region benefits when business and community volunteers work to educate elected officials about policy issues."

DSA Executive Director Rusty Worley: New local guests “are on the lookout for tastes, shopping and festivals as they discover what makes southwest Missouri unique.”

Byron Pierce of UMB Bank discusses interest rate swaps.

Certified financial planner Kenny Gott: “Harvesting short-term and long-term gains against losses is a great technique but can be tricky.”

Erica Smith of BKD LLP: “Tax planning is top of mind for many real estate developers.”

Commercial banker Peter Ostapko: “Interest rates are an everyday part of business.”

Attorney Stephen Aton says the decision depends on your circumstances.

Lynne Haggerman has the low down on new harassment guidelines, among other topics.

Lisa Jones of Prime Capital Investment Advisors: "Women might find it more comforting to speak openly to another woman about money."

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