Utah retirement experts issue critical warning about Social Security –

Retirement experts Tyson and Ryan Tucker have an important warning for Utahns planning to apply for Social Security over the next five years. “Social Security is an important part of your retirement income plan,” explains Tyson Tucker. “But what you need to know is that many Americans end up regretting their application decisions because they […]

Zions Bank president and CEO Scott Anderson retiring –

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Scott Anderson, president and CEO of Zions Bancorp., will retire on April 1 after 33 years of service, including the last 25 years in his current role. The company made the announcement in a press release on Friday. In a statement, Harris Simmons, chairman and CEO […]

US banks hit by deposit delays | –

Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes NEW YORK—Several U.S. banks experienced delayed deposits Friday due to errors in their payment processing networks, the Federal Reserve said. The bank stressed that customers’ deposits are safe and that the bug was caused by human error rather than a malicious attack. Rare deposit delays affected deposits at many banks, […]

The secret weapon for retirement financial stability in Utah –

Jerry Schmidt, a former senior services caseworker, spoke Thursday at the Capitol in Salt Lake City about a circuit breaker program that provides property tax relief to older renters and homeowners. (Spencer Heaps, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Thousands of retired Utahns pay rent at the beginning of the […]

IRS employees in Ogden worry about potential government shutdown –

Workers furloughed due to the federal government shutdown and their families participate in a rally at the James V. Hansen Federal Building in Ogden on Thursday, January 10, 2019. The rally was organized by workers at the Ogden Internal Revenue Service Center. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 1-2 minutes OGDEN — Government officials […]