This year the landscape will change dramatically along the banks of the Missouri River just Northeast of Kansas City’s downtown. A hundred thousand square feet of greenhouses are planned for growing produce for a local supermarket chain.
Yet by removing one oxygen atom, average people in Missouri regularly are turning common decongestants like Sudafed and Claritin-D into the illicit drug methamphetamine. Nationwide those explosive mom and pop meth labs cost taxpayers more than $23 billion a year in health care costs, child endangerment and clean-up.
But a St. Louis pharmaceutical company may have the answer.
So are you planning to die? Are you ready for when you end up in the great beyond? More to the point, what about your assets that don’t make the trip with you? Today on Central Standard, we’re talking about the not exactly uplifting, but nevertheless important topic of estate planning. Our Cash Money Crew is here and … you may not believe this ... but it’s not such a downer, really! Financial planners will tell you that some good decisions now, now while you’re in the prime of life, can have an impact down the road: You can feel secure, live more comfortably now and through your retirement, and have an impact beyond your earthly years.
A recreated UP # 119 steam locomotive at the Golden Spike Historic Site in Utah
Credit Canadian National Railway
The Canadian National Railway is among a few railroad companies experimenting with natural gas as a locomotive fuel, which involves adding a liquefied natural gas tank behind the locomotive. The switch from diesel could save money.