Mountain Money

Mondays, 9-10 AM

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.

Former Money magazine contributor and KPCW General Manager Larry Warren hosts the program along with financial expert Doug Wells. The program is produced by Dr. Beth Fratkin.

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  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Jeff Barnard, new owner of Eating Establishment. The Eating Establishment was just purchased by the Edison Alley Group that also owns the Beer Bar and Bar-X in Salt Lake City. The Eating Establishment opened in 1972 and holds the honor of being the oldest full service restaurant in Park City.

Next, the topic turns to cyber crimes as Matt Sorensen, Certified Information Systems Professional and Chair of Utah Bar for Cyber crimes, talks about personal cyber hygiene and business cyber hygiene.

  Hosts Doug Wells and Sara Barnes welcome to the show, Kristopher Greenwood and Lauren Forsyth, attorneys at Kristopher Greenwood & Associates. The firm practices personal injury, criminal and DUI defense, divorce, divorce modifications, family law, business litigation and real estate law. Lauren opened the Park City office in the Gateway Center last year.  

The second guests on the program are Fernando and Dana Ramirez, owners of Luna Lobos Dog Sledding and Rancho Luna Lobos. Luna Lobos Dog Sledding and the Rancho Lobos team offer dog sledding and tours in the summer.

  Larry and Doug’s firs guests are Richard Miller and Rob Karz of Intermountain Mortgage Company.   They talk about mortgage business today in light of new regulations.

Next on the program, Daniel Shapiro, the author of Negotiating the Nonnegotiable: How to Resolve Your Most Emotionally Charged Conflicts.  Shapiro is Founder and Director of the Harvard International Negotiation Program.

 

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On today's edition of Mountain Money, hosts Larry Warren and Doug Wells welcome Bryan Knepper, CEO of STAT-MD Urgent Care, a new full-service urgent care facility in Kimball Junction. Kasey Ring, president and founder of Upward Personal Finance, stops by to discuss financial planning and coaching via Skype and Google Hangouts. In the last segment, Author James Rickards calls in to discuss the prudence of investing in gold and his new book, The New Case for Gold.

  Larry and guest host Steve Joyce first speak with Nate and Haylee Jarvis, new owners of the Dog Nannies.

The second guests on the program are Dave Nichols, President of Park City Air, Cruise, & Travel, an affiliate of the Frosch Signature Travel Network and Tama Hove of Willet Travel.  Park City Air, Cruise, and Travel is a full service travel agency.

In the third segment of the program Mike Quincy, Automotive Specialist for Consumer Reports, talks about the best and worst cars for 2016 and what’s in the future for hybrids and autonomous cars.

  The first guest on the program is Daniel Salmon of the Reuse People of America, a nonprofit working to reduce construction waste.  www.deconstructionutah.com  .  The Reuse People deconstruct buildings and re-sell the materials.

With the tax deadline looming, our next guests  are from the Internal Revenue Service. Bill Brunson, and Casey Hill discuss enforcement issues and scams to watch out for when filing your taxes.

  Larry and Doug focus on the Thin Air Innovation Festival which begins Wednesday evening in Park City.  Their guests are the moderators of two of the panels which focus on the theme of “Innovation in peak human performance.”  The first guest is Erik Snyder, CEO of Armada Skis which moved to Park City from California six months ago.  The second guest if Desi Matel-Anderson who is CEO of the Global Disaster Innovation Group which works with volunteers and organizations to assist in disaster situations.

  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Hossein Dadkhan, owner of DinneratYours.com. Dinner@yours is a personal chef company that specializes in Persian cuisine a.k.a Iranian cuisine, with recipes dating back centuries. A Chef will come to your home and prepare and serve your dinner and will leave the kitchen cleaner than the found it.

  Larry and Doug speak with Shari Levitin, CEO of Levitin Group, Park City.  Shari moved to Park City to manage time share sales at Marriott Summit Watch.  She has since built an international sales training and consulting organization and is sharing her skills with students at the University of Utah through a course called Pitch Perfect.

  Larry and Doug’s first guest is Ray Austin, Director of Sports, Project Franchise Incorporated, a new arena football team in Salt Lake City. An ownership group led by Ray Austin bought the rights to an arena football expansion team and is allowing fans to vote on play-calling, personnel, and even where to put the team. Salt Lake City is one of the final two choices.

Guest number two is Loren Kornreich, new owner of Zante Spa, which is located at the base of Deer Valley Resort. Loren is a longtime and nationally recognized spa executive.

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