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. Roger Goldman hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells and Alison Kuhlow. The program is produced by Alison Kuhlow.
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. Roger Goldman hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells and Alison Kuhlow. The program is produced by Alison Kuhlow.

Most Recent Episodes

Mountain Money | August 8, 2022

On this week's Mountain Money, we talk with (00:04) James Bessen, author of The New Goliaths: How corporations use software to dominate industries, kill innovation and undermine regulation. Then (22:56), Natalie Segall with Segall & Banko Law walks through steps on how to prepare for what happens to our "digital stuff" when we are gone. Last (39:14), Rob Slettom and Ehlias Louis join Mountain Money to discuss the sale of Identity Properties and their name change to CooperWynn Property Management.

Mountain Money | August 1, 2022

This week on Mountain Money, (00:01) Alexandra Lange, author of Meet Me by the Fountain, shares the history malls, from the merchants' invention to their contradictions. (22:38) Jack Walkenhorst, with the Kamas Valley Business Association, discusses their efforts to promote business and enhance economic development in the Kamas Valley community. (34:08) Then, Hearth and Hill's Brooks Kirchheimer highlights Hill's Kitchen and their 2nd annual Astronomy dinner.

Mountain Money | July 25, 2022

This week on Mountain Money, Joe Zammit-Lucia, the author of The New Political Capitalism, discusses how businesses that develop effective political antennae can enhance their performance in the emerging age of Political Capitalism.Engel & Völkers' Paul Benson shares his real estate knowledge and experience in the region as real estate demand grows throughout the state.Mountain Money will end the hour with SoFi CFP Brian Walsh , who will provide tips for parents and students looking to pay for college.

Mountain Money | July 18, 2022

On this week's Mountain Money, hosts Alison Kuhlow and Roger Goldman spend time with (00:05) Melissa Daimler, Chief Learning Officer of Udemy and author of ReCulturing: Design Your Company Culture to Connect with Strategy and Purpose for Lasting Success. Then, (23:24) Author Heather Hanson teaches us how to stand up, speak up and inspire action in her new book, UnMuted. (39:14) Mountain Money will end the hour talking about Goldman Sachs' 10,000 Small Business Summit taking place this coming week in Washington DC with Jason Fowler.

Mountain Money | July 11, 2022

This week on Mountain Money, (00:01) the New York Times' Tripp Mickle unveils the dramatic untold story inside Apple in his new book, After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion Dollar Company and Lost its Soul. Then, (21:36) Attorney J.D. Kesler along with Parsons Behle & Latimer joins Alison and Roger to talk about eminent domain and how it works. Think of it as eminent domain 101. (39:27) Mountain Money will end the hour with Tana Toly, Co-Owner of Red Banjo Pizza who is celebrating 60 years of service to the community.

Mountain Money | June 27, 2022

On today's Mountain Money, (00:05) Author David Gelles discusses his new book The Man Who Broke Capitalism: How Jack Welch Gutted the Heartland and Crushed the Soul of Corporate America―and How to Undo His Legacy.Then (22:00), Mountain Money talks student loan forgiveness with Marshall Steinbaum Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Utah, and a Senior Fellow in Higher Education Finance with the Jain Family Institute.    This is the second interview in a two-week series providing differing perspectives on Student Loan forgiveness.

Mountain Money | June 20, 2022

On today's Mountain Money (0:04), we discuss student loan forgiveness with Beth Akers of the American Enterprise Institute.  This is the first interview in a two-week series providing differing perspectives on Student Loan forgiveness.Then (20:23), Sports writer Lisa Antonucci discusses the new pro golf LIV series and the storylines surrounding it.Lastly (40:17), Ann Bloomquist and Susan Odell discuss their new product line Pantala Mediterranean Fusion.

Mountain Money | June 13, 2022

On today's Mountain Money, (00:05) author Nell McShane Wulfhart unveils the empowering stories included her new book The Great Stewardess Rebellion: How Women Launched a Workplace Revolution at 30,000 Feet.Then (25:05), Mountain Money explores a true story of maritime hijacking & unsolved murder with the authors of Dead in the Water, Matthew Campbell and Kit Chellel.

Mountain Money | Jun. 6, 2022

This week on Mountain Money, (00:04) author Husan Kubba discusses his book The Unfair Advantage: How you already have what it takes to succeed, (20:30) Utah's Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control received a service-first facelift last week. The DABC Director Tiffany Clason provides Mountain Money with an update on their efforts. Then (40:51), Mountain Money wraps up the hour with Jennifer Sutton, owner of Guest Haus Juicery & Matcha Bar.

Mountain Money | May 30, 2022

On today's Mountain Money, Alison Kuhlow and Roger Goldman speak with (01:07) Jessica Strong of Blue Star Families, an organization dedicated to supporting current and former military families. Then, (21:20) Doug Wells and Roger Goldman speak with Tim Mak, NPR Washington Investigative Correspondent and author of Misfire: Inside the Downfall of the NRA. In his book, he reveals the corruption and ongoing downfall of the NRA.