January, 2011

Zions Bank Codegreen Stock Market Challenge

January 26th, 2011

Zions Bank is giving Utah and Idaho students the chance to break into the world of investing, and we’re giving them $100,000 to invest with! During the Stock Market Challenge, students have the opportunity to take skills and lessons learned in the classroom [...]

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Win Tickets to Sundance’s Best of Fest!

January 25th, 2011

Sundance 11 has officially begun! The stars are out, local love abounds, and the film world is expanding minds once again. Zions Bank has graciously been given tickets to Best of Fest and we would like to pass them onto you! If you would like to win two [...]

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If It Looks Like a Phish, and It Swims Like a Phish …

January 22nd, 2011

*The following article is in response to a reader’s comment (thanks, Ana!) left on our previous post, “Safe Websurfing: Do’s and Don’ts.” (more&hellip[...]

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Reducing your Debt Burdens

January 19th, 2011

Most individuals have debt of one kind or another. It may be a home mortgage, a credit card, a student loan, an auto loan or some other form of loan. Using debt as part of an overall financial strategy can be a good thing. Debt becomes a bad thing when you [...]

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Stocks, Bonds or Mutual Funds? Which is Best for Beginners?

January 11th, 2011

Many young adults in their 20's and 30's are beginning to attain some personal wealth and may decide to invest a portion of it in a conservative fund. However, determining which type of investment vehicle to use can seem daunting to a novice investor, [...]

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