Monthly Archives: November 2013

Five corporate-culture pitfalls to avoid

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, President, CEObuilder There are five common errors made regarding corporate culture. Too often, these pitfalls plant the seeds of failure for companies, both large and small. They are: PITFALL #1: Failing to recognize how … Continue reading

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Help Utah children by donating stuffed animals through December 16

 Project Teddy Bear in its 14th year 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 … Continue reading

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The WayiPay® person-to-person payments

Forget about checks and IOUs; make your person-to-person payments with the click of a mouse. Just log into your Bank of American Fork online banking and select the TheWayiPay “sendmoney” option on the homepage Dashboard to get started. Customers can … Continue reading

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The Kathy Lee Parker Show and Protecting Seniors

The Kathy Lee Parker show is an internet talk show. The topic for the November 20 show is elder financial abuse prevention, and how families can talk during the holidays about how to set up checks and balances that will reduce … Continue reading

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Finish your holiday shopping in five minutes

Looking for the perfect gift for those hard-to-please relatives and friends? Didn’t get all your holiday shopping done on Black Friday? Shopped out? We have the solution: a VISA® Gift card. Bank of American Fork’s VISA® Gift cards allow recipients … Continue reading

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CEObuilder event: Leading from the edge—Managing teams in difficult situations

CEObuilder and Bank of American Fork invite you to join us on Wednesday, December 11, 2013 for a forum and presentation by Ken Burnett, VP/director of training and business development, Bank of American Fork. Burnett’s presentation will focus on successful … Continue reading

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Rehabilitation loans

When a customer came to Becky Ivins and Layne Cardon interested in buying a home that needed a lot of fixing up, they did what they usually do: look for a custom-fit solution that would work for the customer and … Continue reading

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Training Skills Series: Blended learning

Guest post by Ken Burnett, VP/Director of Training and Business Development, Bank of American Fork This series is written from experience and is part of Bank of American Fork’s training program. The program embraces the philosophy that training is a … Continue reading

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Vote with your money: Move to a community bank

When it comes to banking, your vote is the one that matters. If you want your bank to take care of you personally, support the local economy and get the most for your money, then show your vote by switching … Continue reading

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Senior finances: How families should help

Putting checks in place, not blame Families are often together during the holidays, making it a great time to talk about how everyone can be involved in protecting senior family members from financial abuse. Some shy away from money talk, … Continue reading

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