KPCW Mountain Money KPCW's Mountain Money covers the unique challenges of working in the mountains by providing small business news, real estate, estate planning and personal finance information.KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells. The program is produced by Robert Hendricks.
KPCW Mountain Money

KPCW Mountain Money

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KPCW's Mountain Money covers the unique challenges of working in the mountains by providing small business news, real estate, estate planning and personal finance information.KPCW General Manager Renai Bodley hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells. The program is produced by Robert Hendricks.

Most Recent Episodes

Mountain Money - January 14, 2019 Claire Best

The second guest on the program is Claire Best of Claire Best and Associates, a celebrity talent agency for numerous writers, directors producers and cinematographers. Claire tells of her experiences with Sundance.

Mountain Money - January 14, 2019 Carrie Mayne

Renai and Roger visit witb Carrie Mayne, the Chief Economist and Director of Workforce Research and Analysis at the Department of Workforce Services about the encomony in Utah.

Mountain Money - January 7, 2019 Lutisha Merrill

Lutisha Merrill from 360 Touch Advertising talks about OTT/CTV , which allows TV advertisers to combine the impact of TV with the precision of digital allowing advertisers to reach a group of video consumers that they can't reach with traditional TV commercials.

Mountain Money January 7, 2019 Robin Milne

The Promontory community continues to grow – Robin Milne has an update.

Mountain Money - Janaury 7 , 2019 Danny Kofke

The first guest on the program is Danny Kofke, Author of the book, The Wealthy Teacher: Lessons for Prospering on a School Teacher's Salary. Financial Expert and Best-Selling Author. Kofke is a kindergarten teacher in Georgia. Many find saving money to be difficult. In his book, he shows how anyone can do it.

Mountain Money- December 31, 2018

On today's show Roger speaks with Jason Ware of Albion Financial on the market gyrations happening as 2018 draws to a close. Then Josh Rogers, a Senior Wealth Strategist with Wells Fargo Bank is on the show to talk about year end charitable donation plans and the effects that the new tax laws will have on them. And final guest KPCW Fundraising Manager Wendy Gourley joins the show to talk about her new roll at the station and the ways that listener contributions help to keep public radio on air

Mountain Money- December 24th, 2018

On today's Christmas Eve day show host Roger Goldman talks with Kathy Jones Price of KJP Wealth Management about the stock market and a possible Santa Rally to end 2018. He also interviews a number of local merchants, from Kimball Junction to Main Street Park City, getting present ideas for those listeners who have waited until the last possible minute to get gifts for the holiday.

Mountain Money - December 17, 2018 Lori Hampton

Lori Hampton talks about Ask Park City, a source for questions about anything and everything Park City.

Mountain Money - December 17, 2018 Brian Shirken

Opening winter of 2021, Pendry Park City will be the base for outdoor adventures in every season, Brian Shirken, President of Columbus Pacific, speaks with Roger and Doug about the new resort.

Mountain Money - December 17, 2018 David J. Hayes

What are the kinds of costs and other impacts that climate change could impose on this country? How has the role of the federal government changed under the current administration? Has the government simply eliminated wasteful red tape? And what role have state government taken on with respect to this issue? This morning we have the opportunity to speak with someone who has been at the center of these issues for many years. David Hayes is a nationally recognized environmental and natural

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