Finance

  • November 1, 2015

    Cookies at the Crosswalk

    By Jeffrey Sherman   Flashing yellow signs and vivid orange cones cautioned me and other drivers to be mindful and alert as we approached the school zone. Children scampered in the crisp morning air toward the safety of the crosswalk with their brightly-colored backpacks bounding and flapping in stride. I slowed...

  • September 1, 2015

    Growing Pains

      By Jeff Sherman Find the pain, find the truth. Who gives you highly sought after straight-up answers? When you need to solve an issue or inspire a team, who do you trust to provide that uncommon and insightful perspective regarding those matters of high importance? The influence of such...

  • September 1, 2015

    Talking to Adult Children about Money

    By Dustin Schofield Young adults from all economic backgrounds have been living with the realities of a challenging economy, limited job offers, and increased living expenses. If your children are among those going through a lean period in their career or personal lives, the first step to helping them get...

  • September 1, 2015

    Hallmarks of a Healthy Corporate Culture

    By Bruce Jensen Suppose your business is looking to hire someone who is resourceful, self-motivated, and a team player.  You find that very person!  However, over time you discover that this match-made-in-heaven just doesn’t seem to work out for your company or the employee.  So what happened? Often such disappointment...

  • September 1, 2015

    How Seniors are Saving: Is a Reverse-Mortgage Loan Right for...

    By Brandon Hansen If you are over 62 and still making a mortgage payment long term you need to stop! On my weekly radio show, I discuss terminating mortgage payments for life if you are over 62.  That certainly doesn’t mean that if you are over 62 you should simply...

  • July 3, 2015

    Don’t Take a Vacation from Monitoring Your Investments

      By Dustin Schofield Now that summer is in full swing, you’ll probably be enjoying time off at your favorite vacation spot, if you haven’t already. One of the last things that’s likely to be on your mind this time of year is your investment portfolio. But after you get some...

  • July 3, 2015

    Catch Up with Your Finances this Summer!

    By Brandon Hansen As we head into summer, kids are out of school and the days getting a little too warm to be outside enjoying beautiful Southern Utah. However, summer does allow a little time to review finances. Here are some tips to get you started: Savings. Do you have...

  • May 13, 2015

    What You Need to Know About Life Coaching

    by Rachel Naegeli & Tim Anderson It’s spring! Southern Utahans are turning their focus to growth and renewal, so it makes sense that life coaches–with articles and ads offering to help people achieve wellness and success—are everywhere! In magazines, emails, on Facebook…even on Pinterest, many inspirational quotes link to blogs...

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