What to Eat: Bombay Grill

Sometimes your food destination can bring you to a place that is unique and totally unexpected. An urban adventure! From the curb, Bombay Grill has an eclectic vibe to its location on Washington Boulevard in Ogden. It’s a type of place that makes you ask, what exactly is in there? When Jaspal Singh opened his establishment in 2007, he chose this location after having noticed … Continue reading What to Eat: Bombay Grill

Wasatch Peaks Credit Union Car Loans

Feeling Stuck in your Car Loan? While some bills can’t be changed, with a little legwork, other bills can and make a big difference in your monthly payment. Refinancing your vehicle loan can lead to a lower monthly payment, a shorter payment term, or both! Here are three common life changes that may mean it’s a good time to refinance your vehicle. 1. Your credit … Continue reading Wasatch Peaks Credit Union Car Loans

Intervivos Gun Trusts

by Garrett T. Smith Gun trusts are becoming increasingly popular as more restrictive gun control laws are being implemented, the last of which was by executive order in July 2016. Certain firearms are restricted under Title II of the National Firearms Act (NFA). The most common Title II weapons include suppressors, short barreled rifles and shotguns, and automatic weapons. A gun trust protects the privacy … Continue reading Intervivos Gun Trusts

Heiner’s Insurance

4 Things to Consider When Finishing a Basementby Acuity Insurance So, you have decided that finishing your basement is this year’s big winter project. Where do you start? Before you begin framing out walls or putting up drywall, there are a few steps you should take to make sure your basement is ready for a makeover. Moisture Test. The first and one of the most … Continue reading Heiner’s Insurance

What’s Happening….

New and Upcoming Businesses and Housing Projects in North Ogden By Lisa Arner Have you heard the latest buzz in the City? Do you know there will be new places to grab food and drinks? What do you know about the construction going on? Some of it means new housing choices, so maybe you’ll want to plan that move you’ve been considering. Curious about some … Continue reading What’s Happening….

Munchkin Mansions Headed to North Ogden

By Ken Young The City Planning Commission and City Council are currently grappling with a proposed land development on the City’s western border which is unlike any other to this date. The proposed development is purported to help with the area’s critical need for affordable housing and also increase tax revenue. At first glance this may seem to be a win-win for all citizens but … Continue reading Munchkin Mansions Headed to North Ogden

Green Waste Pick Up

Green Waste Pick Up The City has scheduled the Spring Green Waste Pick Up for May 20-24, 2019. Collection will be on your regular garbage day. However, the volume of material may delay collection a day or two. The regulations mentioned below MUST be followed when placing material out for collection. All materials must be in boxes, bundled with string, or bagged. Bush clippings and … Continue reading Green Waste Pick Up

Your Personal RV Buying Guide

Q: It’s vacation time! We’re thinking about buying an RV, but RV lots seem so intimidating! How can we fight that stress?  A: Nothing beats a summertime road trip, but long hours in the car can really kill a vacation. That’s the beauty of recreational vehicles. The road IS the destination; anywhere you go, you’ve got luxury-class accommodations! Here are 3 questions to ask yourself before you … Continue reading Your Personal RV Buying Guide

March Employee of the Month:

Bruce Higley has worked for the City for almost 30 years. He spent several years in the public works department but has recently been one of the City building inspectors. Bruce also handles most of the building maintenance for the Police Station, City Hall, and Senior Center buildings. Bruce’s coworkers enjoy his kindness and genuine interest in their lives. He is always checking to see … Continue reading March Employee of the Month:

Buyer Beware of Online Insurance Shopping

Heiner’s@ Central Insurance Companies There is no disputing that the internet has changed our lives in the past 15-20 years. It has altered how we live, shop, and interact with each other. Companies such as Facebook, Amazon, Google, and Apple have become household names. But technology has also brought the expectation that everything should be quick and easy. To meet this demand, some technology companies … Continue reading Buyer Beware of Online Insurance Shopping

Brixton’s Baked Potato

When I first met my wife, she and I were both starving college students. This poorness was ever present in our grocery shopping. I would go to Melissa’s apartment and she would be eating dinner, which usually consisted of a baked potato. That was it. Sometimes, when she could afford it, she would put ketchup on the potato, but she couldn’t afford toppings. I thought … Continue reading Brixton’s Baked Potato

Heiner’s Insurance: Benefits of a Smart Thermostat

by Addie B. @ Acuity According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating and cooling account for nearly half of a home’s energy costs—over $900 each year. Smart thermostats can help control costs by providing more control over home temperature. A smart thermostat is a Wi-Fi enabled device that automatically adjusts temperature settings in your home for optimal performance.Heat Smart thermostats provide homeowners several other … Continue reading Heiner’s Insurance: Benefits of a Smart Thermostat

Intervivos: Reviewing Your Estate Plan

By Garrett T. Smith A common question I am asked when helping families set up their estate plans is, “How often do I need to update my trust?” Unfortunately, there is no simple answer. I find myself giving the traditional attorney answer of “it depends.” There is no universal answer to this question because there is such a broad spectrum of family dynamics. As a … Continue reading Intervivos: Reviewing Your Estate Plan

Wasatch Peaks: Do I need an Emergency Fund and a Rainy Day Fund?

Q: Do I need to have a separate rainy day fund and emergency fund?  A: Rainy day funds and emergency funds serve different purposes. It’s important to have both available to tap into as needed. Read on for answers to all your questions on rainy day and emergency funds.  Why have a rainy day fund?  Say your washing machine suddenly needs replacing. You’re looking at an extra … Continue reading Wasatch Peaks: Do I need an Emergency Fund and a Rainy Day Fund?

Pinnacle Accountancy Group

Pinnacle Accountancy Group New 2018 Tax Reforms By Cameron Pibble At Pinnacle Accountancy Group of Utah, tax time is our favorite time of year.  In December 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (The Act).  The Act makes sweeping changes to the U.S. tax code and impacts virtually every taxpayer.  These changes are now in effect when filing your 2018 individual and business … Continue reading Pinnacle Accountancy Group

Using a business entity to limit personal liability.

Using a business entity to limit personal liability.One of the greatest blessings of living in the United States is the freedom we enjoy.  We are free to exercise our religion, speak our minds, own firearms, retain privacy, and so much more.  We have the freedom to pursue the American Dream and create successful businesses, and many people do! Recent U.S. Small Business Administration data shows that there … Continue reading Using a business entity to limit personal liability.

6 Tips to Prevent Burglaries

Homeowners insurance can protect you and your family in the event of a loss caused by theft. But what is better than being reimbursed after the fact? Taking some simple steps to prevent burglaries in the first place! Maintain your yard. This may sound unrelated, but the appearance of your yard, specifically the areas around your windows, can either invite or deter burglars. Think of … Continue reading 6 Tips to Prevent Burglaries