Personal Finance

9 Steps to Unpack Your Inner Pack Rat

May 15th, 2017

While most of us observe the May holidays of Mother’s Day and Memorial Day, National Pack Rat Day on May 17 largely goes unnoticed. What does not go unnoticed is the tendency of many people to hold onto unnecessary items. Studies estimate that about [...]

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Earn Cash When You Choose eBill Delivery

May 8th, 2017

If misplacing a paper bill or statement has caused you to be late with a payment — or, worse, caused you to forget to pay — a solution awaits. With Zions Bank’s eBill, you can receive an electronic version of a bill or statement directly in the [...]

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Take Your Child to Work, Teach Them to Use the Earnings

April 24th, 2017

For more than 20 years, parents have been participating in National Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, which will be celebrated this year on April 27. It’s a great way for kids to see just what their parents do at work and it helps them to think [...]

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Earth Day-Approved Home Improvements

April 21st, 2017

Spectacular curb appeal. 360-degree views. Rock-solid construction. Oh, and the best neighborhood in the galaxy where you won’t have to worry about being automatically incinerated or frozen solid. There's no place like home on planet earth, which is [...]

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Six Financial Lessons from Children’s Movies

April 10th, 2017

In the 1988 film “Big,” Tom Hanks’ character, a tween temporarily embodied in his 30-year-old self, is elated when he receives his first adult paycheck. He immediately goes to the bank and cashes the $187 in full, indulging in nonessentials like [...]

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