Monthly Archives: March 2012

How to Get a Small-business Loan

Guest post by Dale Gunther, Vice Chairman of the Board, People’s Utah Bancorp In a down market, many small businesses tighten their belts and hold their breath until the economy starts to normalize. Others take advantage of their competitors’ timidness … Continue reading

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Enter to Win a $15 Cinemark Gift Card

Enter to win a $15 Cinemark gift card by midnight on Wednesday, March 28, 2012 by following Bank of American Fork (@BankAF) on Twitter and retweeting the following: “I’m following @bankaf because I love Big City Banking ~ Small Town … Continue reading

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How an Accountant Can Help Your Business

Does your business need an accountant? Most small-business owners are the chief executive officer, chief financial officer and chief marketing officer all at once when starting a new venture. As the business grows, it is inevitable that the owner will … Continue reading

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Registration Open for BankAF Woman of Steel Triathlon, 5K

Bank of American Fork is once again the title sponsor for the Woman of Steel Triathlon and 5K being held on May 19, 2012 at the American Fork Fitness Center. The all-female triathlon includes a  300-meter outdoor-pool swim, 12-mile bike … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Pot of Gold This St. Patrick’s Day

Make your own pot of gold this St. Patrick’s Day with 10 savings tips from Bank of American Fork: 1. Automate savings: Have money directly deposited from your paycheck into a savings account. After you’ve built up a rainy-day fund … Continue reading

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Offset College Costs with Utah Scholars Program

State program offers scholarships for good grades Looking for ways to offset your child’s college expenses? Utah Scholars offers scholarship options for high-school students who complete the following core course of study, shown in comparison to state graduation requirements: Utah … Continue reading

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The Financial Benefits of a Workplace Health Program

Guest post by Hannah Pulham Evidence shows that implementing health programs into a workplace setting benefits not just the employee but the employer. These benefits include improved staff morale, increased productivity, better team work, higher job satisfaction and stronger consistent … Continue reading

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Free Seminar: Estate Planning

Join us on Thursday, March 29 at noon as we hear from Jones Waldo attorney Randall J. Holmgren, who will discuss estate-planning issues that include: — Will your family benefit from a living trust? How? — If you have a … Continue reading

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Custom-Fit Banking for Successful Businesses

Do you ever feel like your financial institution doesn’t fit your business, and can’t—or won’t— accommodate or adapt to your specialized business needs? Fortunately, Bank of American Fork can offer you targeted financial solutions that are specific to your needs. … Continue reading

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Common Scams and How to Avoid Them

Crooks are always looking for new ways to get their victims’ money, but there are a few scams they keep coming back to—and people keep falling for. In honor of National Consumer Protection Week (March 4-10), Bank of American Fork … Continue reading

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