Monthly Archives: November 2012


Communicating about family budgets during the holiday season

Guest post by Hannah Pullham Creating a financially secure environment during the holidays can be difficult. The holidays bring joy and happiness, sometimes along with stress and confusion. Set budget standards with open family communication. Start by creating a list of … Continue reading

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Trusteer Rapport security software available free at bankaf.com

Your online banking account may be a valuable target for cyber criminals. Sophisticated malware—malicious software used to compromise computers—has become the primary attack tool used by online criminals to execute account takeover, steal online banking credentials, personal information and initiate … Continue reading

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Project Teddy Bear: You can help

The little boy was so traumatized by neglect and abuse that he spoke to his therapist from inside a cardboard box for two years. Inside, he clung to his trusted teddy bear—the only one he felt comfortable with enough to … Continue reading

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Bank of American Fork announces new branch in Layton!

Today Bank of American Fork opened a new full-service branch in Layton, Utah, located at 476 W. Heritage Park Blvd, Ste. 100. The branch is the bank’s 13th branch and its first in Davis County. The new office will be … Continue reading

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Thank you, Veterans

A sincere “thank you” to the veterans who have made it possible for us to enjoy the many rights we do here in the United States of America. November 11 is the federal legal holiday, the anniversary of the armistice … Continue reading

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Take Charge of Your Finances

Guest post by Angie Anderson Morris, CPA, Hawkins Cloward & Simister You don’t have to wait for a new year to make financial resolutions. Start before the holiday-shopping frenzy begins so that you can keep your finances under control. Taking … Continue reading

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What is a reverse mortgage?

Guest post by Jilenne Gunther, Utah State Division of Aging and Adult Services What is a reverse mortgage? To qualify for a traditional mortgage, a lender checks your income to determine how much you can afford to pay back each … Continue reading

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Prevent a Holiday Spending Hangover

Black Friday doesn’t have to lead to black marks on your credit report Bank of American Fork is kicking off the 2012 holiday shopping season with tips to manage holiday spending and avoid a post-holiday credit hangover. “Consumers spreading holiday … Continue reading

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