Fishers Business round-up

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Archers Meats in downtown Fishers has closed. Current in Fishers is working on a story about its history and the reason the business closed.

Hamilton County ranked among the top 10 in Indiana in a recent study by financial technology company SmartAsset that compared individual net worth by county across the nation.

Here’s how counties in Indiana stacked up against each other:

Rank County Income Debt Net worth Net worth as % of income Net worth as % of debt Highest net worth index
1 Tipton $25,868 $26,500 $51,100 197.5% 192.8% 52.80
2 Newton $23,154 $25,355 $40,970 176.9% 161.6% 45.74
3 Spencer $24,936 $19,869 $38,510 154.4% 193.8% 44.02
4 Carroll $25,365 $26,720 $42,327 166.9% 158.4% 43.38
5 Posey $29,821 $24,193 $45,475 152.5% 188.0% 43.10
6 Whitley $26,383 $29,346 $42,287 160.3% 144.1% 40.73
7 Blackford $20,534 $16,692 $29,616 144.2% 177.4% 40.44
8 Dearborn $27,907 $35,159 $45,833 164.2% 130.4% 40.31
9 Fountain $24,619 $19,052 $34,785 141.3% 182.6% 40.30
10 Hamilton $41,316 $64,604 $71,201 172.3% 110.2% 40.15

For more information on the study, including the methodology and interactive map, visit smartasset.com/investing/online-brokerage-accounts#indiana.

State of Grace will hold a grand opening 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. 16 at 11679 Olio Rd. The women’s boutique will offer mimosas, giveaways and more during its grand opening. Lindsey Welcher, left, and Libby Springer.

Portillo’s Hot Dogs will open Sept. 26 at 9201 E. 116th St. This is the first Indiana location for the Chicago beef and hot dog business.

IKEA will host a grand opening 9 a.m. Oct. 11 at 11400 IKEA Way. Customers can begin lining up at the store Oct. 9. For the full story, visit youarecurrent.com.

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