January, 2014

How to Recover from a Holiday Debt Hangover

January 30th, 2014

Overspending during the holidays is not an uncommon problem, but it is one that could affect your finances and credit health over the course of the year. If you're one of the many Americans facing a holiday debt hangover, take action quickly to get yourself [...]

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Hometown Hero: Tyson Mayfield

January 29th, 2014

We honored Staff Sergeant Tyson Mayfield of the Utah Air National Guard as a Hometown Hero at a recent Utah Grizzlies game. Sgt. Mayfield currently works as a Security Forces Officer with the UANG. He has deployed to Afghanistan, where he provided security [...]

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3 Wise Credit Card Habits to Embrace in 2014

January 28th, 2014

Credit cards, depending on how you use them, can be either a great addition to your personal finance arsenal or a crutch that holds you back from attaining financial independence. Unfortunately, many Americans strive for the former, but end up with the latter [...]

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How to Keep Your Business Safe from Fraud

January 22nd, 2014

We know that personal information needs to be kept safe. But as a business owner, you know that your responsibility to keep your company safe from fraud is even greater. Scammers want to steal things like customer information, bank account numbers, credit [...]

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How to Keep Your Identity Safe

January 14th, 2014

Nobody should be you but yourself. That’s why identity theft protection is so important. Having your social security number or any other important personal or account information like your credit card number stolen from you can turn into a costly disaster. [...]

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