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Bears Business Brief – Planning for early distributions from retirement accounts

By Kerri L. Tassin, JD Now more than ever before, American workers save for retirement through 401(k) plans and Individual Retirement Accounts. According to a 2012 study conducted by the Society of Actuaries’ Pension Section Research Committee, between the years

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Bears Business Brief – Targeting: Remove blindfold, hit bull’s-eye

One of the foundational principles of communication is to know your audience, and we all know it is impossible to know everybody. This makes the implementation of target marketing a necessity for every business. Narrowly targeting a specific group of

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Bears Business Brief – Reward can pose a risk for bosses

By Elizabeth Rozell, Ph.D., is a professor of management and associate dean of the College of Business Like all organizations, companies in the Ozarks hope to obtain the benefits of increased employee motivation and enhanced productivity by instituting compensation systems

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Bears Business Brief: Invest in training, improve growth

Invest in training, improve growth By Rayanna Anderson, MBA Your company is struggling, and you know you need to do something. Nevertheless, what to do. Change is inevitable, but implementing change for the future of your organization may be the

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