Rubin BrownCyberSecurity by Audrey Katcher

Audrey Katcher, Partner, RubinBrown   audrey.katcher@rubinbrown.com Organizations are under increasing pressure to demonstrate that they are managing cybersecurity threats, and that they have effective processes and controls in place to detect, respond to, mitigate and recover from breaches and other security events.   Organizations are being required to demonstrate their cyber and security risk management strengths through… Read More Rubin BrownCyberSecurity by Audrey Katcher

Mid-Missouri financial planner expects construction to be ‘huge’ in 2018

Columbia financial planner Greg Brockmeier believes Missouri’s construction industry will get a big boost from a federal corporate tax cut passed in Washington last month. “That national dialogue gets really skewed with the political talk. I think a lot of people are really going to see benefits from this (tax plan), not just from wage… Read More Mid-Missouri financial planner expects construction to be ‘huge’ in 2018

Customers may get rate cuts as utilities see savings from tax plan

The Missouri Public Service Commission has opened a docket item that asks utilities to calculate their tax savings and suggest an “appropriate mechanism” for changing customers’ rates. Other states are doing the same thing, and a few companies have already pledged to share the savings. Commonwealth Edison, which serves the Chicago area, filed a petition… Read More Customers may get rate cuts as utilities see savings from tax plan

Greitens talks tax cuts and deregulation in State of the State address

Gov. Eric Greitens called for more tax cuts and discussed the importance of the efforts to cut unnecessary regulation in the state of Missouri. While the speech called for tax cuts, Greitens said the specifics would come next week. He said the cut would be “a detailed, thoughtful, and thorough plan to cut taxes on… Read More Greitens talks tax cuts and deregulation in State of the State address