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Opinion: The No. 1 financial planning strategy for couples

Kenny Gott says couples should talk to each other and other relatives about after-death plans.

Wealth adviser Paula Dougherty: “Retirement brings the end of a chapter in your career and the start of a new lifestyle.”

CPA Kristin Carter says “many taxpayers are still unsure of their tax situation and how tax reform will affect them.”

Lynne Haggerman discusses new changes in the law.

Attorney Stephen Aton says understanding options for protecting assets is key.

UMB Bank’s Justin Butler describes opportunities to save money and reduce risk.

Cox College’s Amy Vaughan says occupational therapy is growing like titans of business, such as Netflix.

JMark’s Todd Nielsen says disasters can happen with just a server crash.

People Centric Consulting Group’s Don Harkey suggests taking care of your team first.

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.

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