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Business briefs, Nov. 1

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Intermountain Mortgage new member

Intermountain Mortgage, at 2020 Sidewinder Drive, has introduced a new member of its team. According to a press release, it has added Wayne Kelley, who has spent 18 years in the mortgage banking industry. Kelley’s previous experience is at Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, SunTrust Mortgage and Republic Mortgage. He has closed more than 2,000 loan transactions totaling more than $500 million. According to the release, Kelley is "well-versed in all aspects of mortgage banking, and we are excited to have him on the Intermountain Mortgage team."

IRS free tax webinar

The Internal Revenue Service is hosting a free tax webinar for H-2A visa agricultural workers and employers on Nov. 6 at 11:30 a.m. According to a press release, the webinar would also be useful for business organizations, tax professionals and anyone wanting to understand how the federal government treats the taxes of H-2A visa workers. The H-2A visa program allows employers to bring non-immigrant foreign workers into the country to perform temporary or season agricultural work. To register for the webinar, visit events.na.collabserv.com/portal/wippages/register.php?id=0e8fa7d443&l=en-US.

Ski Butlers attends Al Gore climate training

Bryn Carey, the founder of Ski Butlers, at 1821 Sidewinder Drive, is set to attend Al Gore’s Climate Reality Leadership Corps Training in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from Nov. 4 to Nov. 6. According to a press release, the training "brings together individuals committed to addressing the impacts of climate change and implementing the solutions that will define us to future generations." Experts on climate change will speak at the event.


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