Author Archives: Heidi Carmack Pfaffroth


Opening an IRA may be easier than you think

It’s easy to feel overwhelmed or discouraged when you start thinking about or reading about retirement savings. Even if you’re thinking this topic is a little heavy for what you want to focus on today, give it a chance. Opening … Continue reading

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Optimizing Your Cash Flow Using Open-Book Management

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, CEObuilder Guest blogger Tyson is starting a series here about open book management. Make sure you check back for additional articles! My past two articles stressed the advantages of open-book management. In the first, … Continue reading

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Traveling for the holidays? Debit card tips to help you out

Your Bank of American Fork VISA® debit card is accepted worldwide—but we need to know your travel plans in order to help protect you. We’re happy to make a note on your account so your card will work when you’re … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Spread Holiday Cheer without Stretching Your Savings

Spending tips for the holiday season Courtesy of American Bankers Association As the holiday shopping season begins, the American Bankers Association is encouraging consumers to plan ahead to avoid excessive debt in the New Year. “Develop a plan in advance … Continue reading

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Bank of American Fork VISA® Business Rewards credit card

Bank of American Fork VISA® Business Rewards credit card With the Bank of American Fork VISA® Business Rewards credit card, you can have the convenience of a global card, with local service. If you’re looking for a credit card with … Continue reading

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Training Skills Series: Training others to conduct training

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 … Continue reading

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Talking about elder financial abuse on Mountain Money

This summer, Tracey Larson, Bank of American Fork’s resident expert on age-friendly banking, talked to Doug and Larry on Mountain Money about the reality of elder financial abuse. The hosts talk about stories they’ve heard and ask, “Who can you … Continue reading

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Open-Book Management and the Income Statement

Guest post by Richard H. Tyson, CEObuilder Guest blogger Tyson is starting a series here about open book management. Make sure you check back for additional articles! In my last article, I shared the merits of adopting open-book management. As … Continue reading

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Local strides in protecting seniors and caregivers sparking national push

Today, on Veteran’s Day, we’re thinking of the many Utah seniors who are also veterans. Up to $1 million a day is stolen from Utah seniors (see here). Recently Bank of American Fork received the 2014 American Bankers Association Community … Continue reading

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Help Utah children by donating stuffed animals through December 16

Project Teddy Bear in its 15th 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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