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Arkansas Tourism Website Reborn, With Advertising This article is available only in print.

Arkansas Tourism Website Reborn, With Advertising
Arkansas Parks & Tourism Department Director Kane Webb (inset) says he’s heard no industry complaints about the revamped Arkansas.com website since it was launched last month.

For all its images of scenic rivers, brooks and waterfalls, the most striking new feature on the state's overhauled tourism website may be a revenue stream.
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Build Trust If You Must, But Also Explore These Other Options This article is available only in print.

Trusts aren't the only devices people can use to pass down their fortunes, modest or massive. While a will leaves finances open to probate, which can be lengthy and costly and is a matter of public record, it is better than having no plan at all.
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Your Duty To Your Employees (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Here's the thing: 401(k) plans managed with care, skill, prudence and diligence are as good for executives, who may be paying fees on higher balances, as for rank-and-file workers, who can't afford an expensive mistake.
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