Monthly Archives: October 2011


Free Financial Wellness Seminar – Nov. 17

Free Financial Wellness Seminar – Presented by Brian Ford, president, 8 Pillars Financial Education Company Thursday, Nov. 17, 12 p.m.-1:30 p.m. Location: Bank of American Fork, Riverton Branch 2691 West 12600 South Riverton, UT 84065 Bank of American Fork is … Continue reading

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Year-end Tax Tips

Guest post by Bryant Armstrong, CPA and Partner at Squire & Company, PC For most business owners, mention the word “taxes” and their minds start to race. It’s funny how this one word can cause people such worry and distress. … Continue reading

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Year-end Tax Tips

Guest post by Bryant Armstrong, CPA and Partner at Squire & Company, PC Mention the words “tax return” and most people  start thinking of excuses to put it off for as long as possible.  What many forget is that good … Continue reading

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Teaching Children Delayed Gratification

Guest post by Brian Nelson Ford, 8 Pillars As a father of three incredible children, I want my kids to live amazing, fulfilling lives. As a personal finance educator, I understand the important role that money management will play in … Continue reading

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Protect Your Business When Banking Online

You’ve heard of the security breaches of large companies like TJX, which resulted in stolen data of tens of millions of credit and debit cards, along with millions of dollars paid to the Federal Trade Commission, credit card companies, banks … Continue reading

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10 Tips to Protect Your Identity Online

In honor of National Protect Your Identity Week, Bank of American Fork is offering consumers tips to protect their identities–and their money–when banking online. 1.     Use a secure browser. Check that your browser is compliant with Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) standards … Continue reading

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Debit Card Debacle

After Bank of America’s late-September announcement that it will soon be imposing a $5 monthly debit card usage fee, Bank of American Fork has received scores of inquiries from customers who got the names of the two banks mixed up … Continue reading

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Oct. 19 Business Seminar: Stakeholder Analysis

Join Bank of American Fork and CEObuilder on Oct. 19 as it presents a day-long seminar on stakeholder analysis by Bradley Agle, professor of ethics and leadership at Brigham Young University. Agle will discuss stakeholder modeling and how it can … Continue reading

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Announcing AccountSmart Tools for Seniors

Bank of American Fork is being recognized as one of the first banks in the country to offer a suite of product features to help protect seniors against becoming victims of financial abuse. The package, called AccountSmart Tools for Seniors, … Continue reading

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Need Financing? Let Your Loan Officer Be Your Guide

Guest post by Dale Gunther The Clearwater River Valley in southern Alberta, Canada is known for having some of the most beautiful big game animals in the world. Every year sportsmen head to the Canadian Rockies to hunt in the … Continue reading

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