August, 2016

Consumer Attitude Index Rises As Utahns More Confident About Present Economy

August 30th, 2016

The Zions Bank Utah Consumer Attitude Index (CAI) increased 1.1 points to 111.4 in August. The increase resulted from greater confidence in the present economy, which more than offset a slight decline in confidence in the future economic situation. The [...]

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How Nine Lessons Turned Into $40,000

August 26th, 2016

  In 2003 Zions Bank invited its employees to enroll in a pilot program, the 13-week Financial Peace University course developed by financial guru, author and radio host Dave Ramsey. The focus of the lessons was to teach people skills to increase savings, [...]

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Back-to-School Spending Up Over Last Year

August 24th, 2016

  Every year, around this time, families prepare for the new school year by shopping for all their students’ back-to-school needs. This year, spending is expected to reach almost $76 billion, an increase of 11.5 percent over 2015. Watch this [...]

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Three Tips To Turn Workplace Stress Into Strength

August 23rd, 2016

At the end of her 2013 TED talk, Stanford psychologist Kelly McGonigal was asked how stress should factor into employment-related decisions. Do you go for the high-stress job or opt for a more low-key position? A decade ago McGonigal’s answer might [...]

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Time Travel Back To Lower Prices on National Thrift Store Day

August 17th, 2016

  It’s easy to spend $20 on a T-shirt or $50 on a pair of pants or $100 on a pair of shoes. What if you could use a time machine to get these same items for one-tenth of the price? You could buy your T-shirt for $2, your pants for $5, and your [...]

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