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Blog: 5 ideas for managing an aging workforce

In California and across the country, the baby boom generation has been a force to be reckoned with since it first arrived on the scene following World War II. Cities built schools to accommodate the unprecedented numbers of children. Then, as children became adults, manufacturers designed products and retailers created ad campaigns with them in mind. Read More >

Blog: Loan or line: Which funding method is right for your business?

Every business needs cash to either sustain inventory, expand into new markets, purchase equipment or invest in marketing Sometimes that means borrowing money. Here's a look at two popular funding methods and how to pick the right option for your business. Read More >

Blog: Consider key person insurance to help mitigate your business risks

While your business is likely insured against property damage or theft, have you also protected your business's most important asset, its key employees? Lost furnishings and fixtures are likely easily replaced, but key employees can be nearly irreplaceable. That's why forward-thinking business owners purchase what's called key person insurance to cover themselves against financial loss if a key employee were to die or became unable to work due to disability or illness. Read More >

Zions Bancorporation Reports First Quarter 2017 Financial Results

SALT LAKE CITY, April 24, 2017 – Zions Bancorporation ("Zions" or "the Company") today reported net earnings applicable to common shareholders for the first quarter of 2017 of $129 million, or $0.61 per diluted common share, compared to net earnings applicable to common shareholders of $125 million, or $0.60 per diluted common share, for the fourth quarter of 2016 and net earnings applicable to common shareholders of $79 million, or $0.38 per diluted common share, for the first quarter of 2016. Read More >

Blog: Why you should know your business credit rating

If your small business is like many that responded to a 2015 Small Business Credit Survey by the Federal Reserve Bank, you may need a business loan or line of credit to expand your business or meet operating expenses. Almost half (47 percent) of the businesses surveyed had applied for credit in the past 12 months. Read More >

Blog: 8 ways to help make your mobile device more secure

Among small businesses that don’t use mobile banking, the most common concern holding them back is security, according to a survey reported in The Financial Brand. Whether you use mobile banking or not, you should be aware that steps you take can make your smartphone or other mobile device more secure. Read More >

Blog: Is it time to review your company's retirement plan?

If your business offers a retirement plan to employees, such as a 401(k) or SIMPLE IRA plan, have you reviewed it recently? A well-designed retirement plan can help your business remain competitive with other California employers. A recent Society for Human Resource Management survey reveals what retirement savings and planning benefits other California employers are offering. Read More >

Blog: Don't overpay taxes - understand deductions and credits

Tax season is here. Rather than dreading it, look on it as a chance to identify money-saving opportunities for this year. When you file your taxes for the previous year, it's a perfect occasion to plan your tax strategy for the current year (and beyond). Read More >

Blog: Mobile banking trends for small businesses

As a small business owner, your time is precious. According to a recent report from Raddon Financial Group, a great way to get a few moments back into your day is already in your pocket: your mobile phone. Read More >

Blog: Have you discovered the convenience of mobile banking for business?

As a person in business, you’ve probably had an experience similar to this: On your way into work in the morning, you’re running through all the things you intend to accomplish that day. Then, almost from the moment you walk in the door, your plans for the day fall apart due to a series of urgent situations that need your attention. Read More >