Category Archives: Debt


Dealing With Default

Guest post by Dale Gunther, Vice Chairman of the Board, People’s Utah Bancorp The economy continues to improve, but many  businesses are still struggling—some to the point of being unable to repay a loan. If you are experiencing or may … Continue reading

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Managing Your Mortgage: Good Practices for Homeowners

Courtesy FDIC Consumer News For many Americans who have a mortgage, their house is their primary investment. And just as a home requires routine inspection and maintenance, so does a home mortgage. Here are ways to manage a mortgage and … Continue reading

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Using Credit Cards Wisely

Guest post by Dale Gunther ‘Tis the season when holiday cheer fills the air—and consumers begin wracking up the charges on their credit cards as Christmas shopping commences. After all, credit cards are more convenient than carrying around large wads … Continue reading

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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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Declare Your Independence From Debt

The average U.S. household carries nearly $15,788 in credit card debt, according to the Federal Reserve. This and other consumer debt can weigh consumers down and prevent them from building adequate savings. If you’re bogged down by bills, use these … Continue reading

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