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Page 4D BUSINESS Hays Free Press March 6, 2013 Financial Focus Continued from pg. 1 D investments that are suitable for your risk tolerance, time horizon and long-term goals. Of course, investing always carries some risks, includ- ing loss of principal - but the risk of not investing may be greater, in terms of not having enough assets for retirement. Here's one more point to . .O . keep m mind: The earher m the year you "max out" on your IRA contributions, the more time you'll give your account to potentially grow. By reaching the new, higher contribution limits, and by fully funding your IRA as early in each year as possible, you can help yourself take full advantage of this powerful retirement savings tool. Buda Consultant Continued from pg. 1 D ly. Additionally, Gonzales as- sisted the Chamber in plan- ning new ideas and programs, as well as setting new goals for the future. Gonzales said many of the new ideas are still in the planning stages. The goal for Gonzales is to ensure that the Chamber is able to provide adequate ser- vices to the Buda community, as well as play a larger role with members of the BACC. "We are anxious for the Cham- ber to reach the next level," said Gonzales, who said the directors are cognizant of the incredible growth Buda has seen over the past few years. Executive Director Cindy Swink hoped that the plans and ideas forged during this meeting would increase membership with the Cham- ber of Commerce. "We are ex- cited at the wonderful ideas we have come up with," she said. Swink said she hoped these new ideas would help stimulate growth in Cham- ber membership, as well as strengthen the rapport with area businesses. While the BACC declined to comment on how much Gonzales was paid, Gonzales did say one of their ideas is to bring back Business After Hours mixers to Buda. These functions allow networking opportunities for members in the Chamber of Commerce. According to Gonzales, the Buda Area Chamber of Com- merce will hold their first Business After Hours mixer on March 28. Gonzales brings with him extensive experience in Chamber functions. He has served as chairman of the board in local and statewide chambers Currently, he owns IRG Communications, which works with non-profit organi- zations Gonzalez' tenure with the BACC is temporary, with his role concluding at the end of March. COURTESY PHOTO Kyle Orthodontics has official ribbon-cutting The Kyle Area Chamber of Commerce recently celebrated the opening of Kyle Orthodontics with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Feb. 21. Kyle Orthodontics is owned by Dr. Alexis Tessler. Dr. Tessler and her team offer state-of-the-art orthodontic care for children, teens and adults. 25 taxpayers by total value in Hays CISD 2013 vs 1998 2013 1998 1998 Rank 1. Texas Lehigh Cement Co. $65,147,195 $41,035,430 1 st 2. CFAN Co. $57,976,411 $19,014,000 2nd 3. Goodrich Corp $55,889,411 not built 4. Pedernales Electric Coop Inc. $24,867,632 $9,927,000 3rd 5. Vista Del Blanco Ltd $21,686,380 not built 6. DDR DB Kyle LP $21,059,490 not built 7. Cabela's Retail TX LLC $20,400,751 not built 8. Cole MT Kyle TX LLC $19,791,940 not built 9. US Foodservice Inc. $18,143,502 not built 10. Settlement Apartments LP $16,895,160 not built 11. US Foodservice Inc. $15,726,118 not built 12. SCC Kyle Partners LTD $12,933,180 not built 13. Sam's East Inc. $12,650,370 not built 14. Cabela's Retail TX LP $11,072,458 not built 15. Centex Materials Inc. $13,539,798 $2,760,010 10th 16. AOH-Vantage at Buda LLC $8,349,380 not built 17. AOH-Vantage at Plum Creek LLC $8,299,790 not built 18. Target Corporation $7,714,010 not built 19. Bremner, Duke $7,600,000 not built 20. Lowe's Home Centers Inc $7,417,540 not built 21. H E Butt Grocery Co. $7,310,897 not built 22. WaI-Mart Supercenter #4219 $7,260,626 not built 23. Rohr Inc. $6,720,450 $8,048,790 5th 24. DS Buda Shop LP $6,450,150 not built 25. HEB Food Store #014 $6,003,019 not built Texas Correctional Facilities no listing $8,489,785 4th Rohr HTA no listing $6,623,000 6th GTE Southwest no listing $5,993,720 7th Capital City Container $4,977,360 $3,534,588 8th Robert Mayo no Hays CISD listing $2,826,390 9th Leif Johnson Truck City $2,287,564 $2,663,005 1 lth Capital City Container Co. $2,645,460 12th BPS Equipment Rental & Sales no listing $2,540,500 13th Penbur Farms no listing $2,538,570 14th Night Hawk Frozen Foods $1,078,520 $2,422,313 15th Southwestern Bell $909,197 $2,150,550 16th TWC Enterprises $13,750 $1,898,870 17th Western Veterinary Supplies no listing $1,665,453 18th Mike Rutherford $1,450,650 $1,584,560 19th NAMASCO $3,783,772 $1,537,126 20th Missouri Pacific Railroad no listing $1,525,650 21 st General Electric Co. $1,412,337 $1,423,590 22nd Landura LTD $1,041,909 $1,401,910 23rd Interstate RV Center Inc. no listing $1,196,558 24th Palm Harbor Homes $376,181 $1,193,180 25th Thyme 468-4451 122 Main Street Downtown Buda at the traffic light Open every day DO GOOD for 295-6008 + + Medieal Parkway, San Mareos, TX ..... b: yo ur GARD EN & the PLANET Made with high quality, locally sourced organic materials, our 100% natural garden and lawn care products are designed to help your plants thrive, while diminishing waste and environmental impact. 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