Boyd Hunter

Boyd is a Certified Public Accountant and received his Bachelor of Arts and Master’s degrees in Accounting from Utah State University. Prior to joining TAB Bank, he worked for eight years with Ernst &Young in that firm’s financial audit division and later became the Manager of the Salt Lake City Technology and Security Risk Services (TSRS) practice for Ernst & Young. He is a graduate of the Graduate School of Banking at the University of Wisconsin –Madison where he also achieved the Executive Leadership Certificate from the Wisconsin School of Business.

Boyd has taught upper level accounting and information systems courses at Utah State University. As CFO of TAB Bank, he participates in the strategic functions of the bank as well as oversees and directs all operations and personnel related to accounting, finance, enterprise risk management, and strategic partnerships. Boyd is active with several charity organizations including many community groups and local schools.

  • What does an ideal personal budget look like?

    What does an ideal personal budget look like?

    A personal budget - or lack of one - has a major impact on your finances. That's true from a day-to-day perspective and in the long term, too. Making an accurate, reasonable personal budget is a...

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  • Does your banking strategy position your company for success?

    Does your banking strategy position your company for success?

    A good strategy for banking is a foundational element of success for many companies. While your approach to partnering with a dependable financial institution is secondary to core concerns like...

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  • How to use a business savings account to your advantage

    How to use a business savings account to your advantage

    A business savings (or money market!) account's usefulness has a lot to do with your ability to plan around its role in the overall financial strategy for your company. Setting aside money in this...

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  • The savings secret you're missing out on: High-yield savings accounts

    The savings secret you're missing out on: High-yield savings accounts

    Savings accounts are among the most widespread financial tools. If you keep your money in a bank, you're almost sure to have at least one of these accounts in your name.

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  • Small-business financial checklist: Everything you need to know or might forget

    Small-business financial checklist: Everything you need to know or might forget

    Financial management is a vital part of a small-business and helping it grow, so having a checklist on hand to make sure you're hitting all of the important points on a regular basis can be a...

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  • Keeping customers in the loop: Effective communication about invoice factoring

    Keeping customers in the loop: Effective communication about invoice factoring

    Keeping customers in the loop: Effective communication about invoice factoring by Boyd Hunter, Chief Financial Officer, CPA The decision to use invoice factoring is an especially important one for...

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  • The Road to Hana – Lessons Learned on a Hawaiian Vacation

    The Road to Hana – Lessons Learned on a Hawaiian Vacation

    My wife and I returned last week from a vacation trip to the island of Maui. Neither of us had ever visited the island before, so we didn’t know what to expect.  We bought a guidebook to help us...

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