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Now that the tax season has ended, this might be a great time to clean out your file cabinets. One of your most helpful tools will be a shredder, but what documents should go in and which ones should you keep?
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Beware downside to longer car loans, experts warn

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Apr 15th - 10:20am
If you're in the market for a new car, you might be tempted to take out a longer loan for lower payments. However, experts say a long-term loan can wreck your finances.
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Right shopping apps can save money, consumer expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Apr 13th - 8:59am
More consumers are using their smartphones during their trips to the grocery store. The right apps can save time and money, experts say.
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Self-driving taxis could save time and money, research shows

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 30th - 8:53am
Most major car makers predict self-driving cars will appear in showrooms sometime between 2018 and 2020. Robotic cabs could change how many people commute.
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It's illegal not to disclose NCAA bracket winnings to IRS

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 25th - 3:34pm
You might be too busy wondering whether Utah can conquer No. 1 seed Duke this Friday to think about taxes. But whether it's $10 or $10,000, you need to plan on paying taxes if you win your office pool.
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U.'s organic magnets may change electronics, developers say

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 23rd - 9:00am
Who wouldn't want a computer that is stunningly fast, small, super energy efficient with a huge amount of memory? University of Utah researchers are developing organic magnets that they say may one day change electronics.
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New study shows hope for hepatitis C patients

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 18th - 10:09am
Doctors and some patients in Utah say they're seeing amazing results after participating in a study of a new drug to treat hepatitis C.
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Utah company uses small satellites for science education

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 16th - 7:47am
You might think of satellites as school bus-sized communications or weather devices, but many satellites going into orbit are about the size of a softball. One Utah start-up company is using small satellites to bring space into classrooms.
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New banking technology provides teller in a machine

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 11th - 9:53am
Americans have used ATMs for over 40 years, but now a credit union in Salt Lake has become the first financial institution to use ITMs. They can do much more than an ATM, with better speed and better efficiency.
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A few simple ideas that raked in millions of dollars

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 9th - 8:02am
Some simple ideas have raked in an amazing amount of money. For example, remember Clocky? The alarm clock now is sold in over 45 countries and is close to topping $10 million in sales.
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Old fax machine can lead to ID theft, expert says

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Mar 4th - 10:10am
If your list of stuff to toss out during spring cleaning includes an old fax machine, you could be putting your personal information in jeopardy.
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Technology aims to store photos, data long-term

Bill Gephardt  |  posted Feb 25th - 10:39am
Even if you take perfect care of your digital information, including photos, they could deteriorate simply due to time. How will photos on phones and digital cameras survive for future generations?
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