Average gross adjusted income (AGI) of non-migrant taxpayers in this county in 2005 was $34,073.
Where the Missouri Great Lakes Meet
Lake of the Ozarks and Truman Lake in Benton County account for a combined 2,000 miles of shoreline rich in fishing, boating and just enjoying life. Not to mention hunting for everything from deer to mushrooms.
Maybe that's why over 2.9 million people visited the Truman Lake area in 2011! And our county is home to some really great communities to build a business and your life.
|Benton County||Take a look at our entire picture.|
||Cole Camp is an historic town located where the Ozarks meet the great prairies in Benton County. The town has a strong German heritage evident in the many German festivals and heritage events. With a population of 1,121, the town offers all the services and most of the necessary shopping facilities.|
|Lincoln||Lincoln located in Benton County in west-central Missouri, is located on busy U.S. Highway 65, just south of I-70 and Sedalia, Missouri and within a couple of hours drive to prominent cities such as Branson, Columbia, Kansas City or Springfield. With 1,190 residents Lincoln offers small town living at its finest.|
|Warsaw||Warsaw, with 2,127 residents, is the county seat for Benton County, Missouri. They are located in the heart of Ozark country, nestled in the trees between two of Missouri’s largest lakes, Truman Reservoir and Lake of the Ozarks|
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