Roger Goldman


Roger is a retired partner in the international law firm of Latham & Watkins.  He is the co-founder and Chairman of Buildable Hours, a non-profit group that organizes law firms to build homes with Habitat for Humanity in several cities around the country.  He and his wife Rana Tahtinen enjoy skiing and many of the other recreational activities offered by Park City.  He is passionate about KPCW and its important role in our community. 

Beyond Collaboration Overload

Sep 14, 2021

Most organizations have created always-on work contexts that are burning people out and hurting performance rather than delivering productivity, innovation and engagement. Collaborative work consumes 85% of employees' time and is drifting earlier into the morning, later into the night, and deeper into the weekend. 

On April 27, 2020, the then CEO of Nikola Corporation,  Trevor Milton was a guest on Mountain Money.  Nikola was in the business of producing emission free trucks.  Milton painted an optimistic picture about the state of business. 

Vessel Kitchen's 5th Anniversary

Sep 13, 2021

Vessel Kitchen, Park City’s go-to fresh dining option, are celebrating their 5th anniversary!

High West Campfire Whiskey

Aug 30, 2021

  High West Distillery & Saloon, Utah’s first legal distillery since 1870, encourages whiskey lovers to forego the open flames this summer and instead enjoy a campfire in a bottle with High West Campfire Whiskey.

KPCW's 2021 Summer Pledge Drive Success

Aug 30, 2021
courtesy Renai Bodley

KPCW wrapped up its overwhelmingly successful 2021 Summer Pledge Drive last Thursday.  Renai Miller, KPCW General Manager, joins Mountain Money to share stories from the effort.


The climate is changing—not only the meteorological climate, but also the social, economic, and psychological climate. “We are living in a disrupted world that is increasingly divided along the lines of economics and politics,” says Scott Schartz a Financial Sustainability Expert.   


KPCW's 2021 Summer Pledge Drive

Aug 9, 2021

Renai Bodley Miller, KPCW’s General Manager, explains the inner workings of a local NPR affiliate and the importance of contributions on the bottom line for the station.  The KPCW 2021 Summer Pledge Drive begins on Monday, August 16.

Mountain Money was joined by Nobel Prize winning economist Richard Thaler, co-author of Nudge: Improving Decisions About Health, Wealth and Happiness. Nudge is a deep and surprisingly humorous dive into how we make choices and how and why we can and should be nudged in different directions. 

The Tesla story is not one of a smooth and inevitable path to its current $692 billion market cap.  There were numerous points at which the company could have crashed and burned.  The vision and drive of Musk – a man of towering ego and multiple idiosyncrasies - drove the company to its current position. 



Jul 20, 2021

YOTELPAD is a new hotel development that is located just below the Grand Summit at Canyons Village.  YOTELPAD is a concept that brings together modern design, efficient interior space planning, technology, extensive amenities and affordability at the base of the mountain. YOTELPAD Park City opened last wint

Take More Vacations

Jul 20, 2021

The founder of Scott’s Cheap Flights and author of Take More Vacations: How to Search Better, Book Cheaper and Travel the World joins Mountain Money to explain why we’re searching for airfare all wrong.  Scott will share the strategies that have saved his two million newsletter subscribers a collective $500 million on airfare, and presents a bold new approach for how to see the world while n

Tax Evasion and Upcoming IRS Efforts

Jul 20, 2021

Scott Michel and Mark Matthews with Caplin & Drysdale Attorneys discuss the types of legal tax strategies long used by the wealthy that are likely to come under new scrutiny if President Biden’s tax plan moves forward.   


Child Tax Credit

Jul 13, 2021

The child tax credit has long offered American families a needed tax break, but it’s never looked quite like this. Beginning July 15, American families will receive bank deposits or checks of up to $300 per child each month. While most families won’t need to take any action to get their payments, some will. Plus, to avoid being caught unawares next April, parents should recognize that these advance payments will affect the amount of credit available come tax time. 

Love People Use Things

Jul 12, 2021

Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus, known as The Minimalists, join Mountain Money to talk about their new book Love People Use Things - because the opposite never works.  The book allows readers to reevaluate and heal the seven essential relationships in our lives: stuff, truth, self, money, values, creativity, and people.   


  Author and Kellogg School of Management Professor Victoria Medvec shares unique and proprietary negotiation strategies as she talks about her new book NEGOTIATE WITHOUT FEAR: Strategies and Tools to Maximize Your Outcomes.