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Mountain Money
Mondays, 9 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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.

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To inquire about appearing on the show or for information on a past interview, contact Alison Kuhlow at alison@kpcw.org.

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  • Professor Brian Wigley with Shenandoah University discusses the economic impact of the NCAA tournament (0:00). Emily Turner from The Sugar Jar joins to talk all things sweets (24:25).
  • Former US Sen. Phil Gramm shares 'The Myth of American Inequality: How Government Biases Policy Debate ' (1:00) Park City owners dish on new restaurant Stacked (29:23) Local business owners on founding 30 Minute Tire  (42:40)
  • Journalist and author Rachel Abrams speaks about her new book, "Unscripted: The Epic Battle for a Media Empire and the Redstone Family Legacy."Then urban sociologist John Schlichtman discusses his latest release, "Showroom City: Real Estate and Resistance in the Furniture Capital of the World."Plus, KCPW General Manager Renai Bodley Miller shares successes from the winter pledge drive.
  • Latham and Watkins partner Matthew Brill discusses the Supreme Court, Section 230 and free speech on the internet.Then Michael Gilmore shares his news book, "The Little Book of Zen Money: A Simple Path to Financial Peace of Mind."
  • Harvard professor Naomi Oreskes discusses American business vs. government.Laura Dribin, founder and CEO of Peritius Consulting, shares how organizations can leverage partnerships with system integrators. Little India has just opened a new location and is now serving flavorsome and authentic Indian food in Heber City.
  • Steve Case, co-founder of AOL and CEO of Revolution LLC, shares his new book, "Rise of the Rest: How Entrepreneurs in Surprising Places are Building the New American Dream."Then former BBDO Executive Creative Director Tom Darbyshire breaks down the good, the bad and the ineffective ads from Super Bowl 57.
  • Author Henry Sanderson shares his new book, “Volt Rush: The Winners and Losers in the Race to Go Green.” (01:04) Then Parkite Karey Barker joins us, founding managing director of Cross Creek Advisors. (25:59) And Goldman Sachs’ 10,000 Small Businesses Voices Program explores issues affecting the small business community ahead of President Biden’s State of the Union Address. (40:54)
  • Author Chris Miller talks about his new book, "Chip War: The Quest to Dominate the World's Most Critical Technology." (01:09) Carl Richards, Parkite and creator of the Sketch Guy column, appearing weekly in The New York Times, shares how he makes complex financial concepts easy to understand. (22:54) Thomas Clardy, founder and CEO of Powder Watts, explains how the smart camera system employs AI to help manage rooftop heat cables. (40:49)
  • In this episode Mountain Money speaks with Scott Ballenger, law professor at the University of Virginia, about the Supreme Court’s recent cases with respect to Affirmative Action. (00:04)Doug Kantor, with the National Association for Convenience Stores, joins us to discuss how the Credit Card Competition Act would end Visa and Mastercard’s monopoly over credit card processing. (20:07)Spa Tender has been providing quality weekly spa cleaning services to the Park City, Utah area since 1985. Patrick Fabian recently purchased the business and is here this morning in the studio with us. (40:36)
  • Cathy Hackl, author of "Into the Metaverse: The Essential Guide to the Business Opportunities of the Web3 Era," shares insight into what it is, how it works and why it will be playing a major role in technology and society. The Inflation Reduction Act provided the IRS with nearly $80 billion in funding. Scott Michel, attorney with Caplin & Drysdale, shares insight into how the funding will impact audits and who will bear the brunt of increased scrutiny.Outdoor Retailer's Marisa Nicholson discusses the changes to the Outdoor Retailer show as it returns to Utah.