On a better savings course: US retirement score rises

According to a survey by Fidelity Investments, Americans’ retirement savings are in the best shape they’ve been in more than a decade. The survey looked at more than 3,000 working households that have started saving for retirement. After tallying up how much they’re saving in their 401(k) accounts, their expected Social Security benefits and other… Read More On a better savings course: US retirement score rises

Greitens seeks 10 percent cut to Missouri income tax rate

Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens called Monday for 10 percent cuts in personal income tax and reductions in corporate taxes as part of what he has described as the “boldest state tax reform in America,” promising that the cost would be offset by eliminating deductions and incentives elsewhere. Associated Industries of Missouri President and CEO Ray… Read More Greitens seeks 10 percent cut to Missouri income tax rate

It’s time to bring our roads and bridges into the 21st century-By David Farr

By: David Farr, NAM Board Chair & Chairman and CEO of Emerson. One year ago, President Donald Trump gave his first address to Congress. He spoke of a new chapter for our country, a renewal of American prosperity and rising optimism. Now, on the eve of his second address, there is no denying that manufacturers… Read More It’s time to bring our roads and bridges into the 21st century-By David Farr

Bills allowing enforcement of arbitration agreements and dealing with asbestos claims heard in Committee

Associated Industries of Missouri (AIM) supports three bills that are advancing in the current legislative session. HB 1512 (Corlew) allows enforcement of arbitration agreements between at-will employees and their employer. The bill has cleared the initial House committee and needs approval from a House rules committee before advancing to the House floor. A companion bill,… Read More Bills allowing enforcement of arbitration agreements and dealing with asbestos claims heard in Committee