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U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico

U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico

U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico March 3, 2017 By Cindy Barth Latino buying power in the United States in 2016 was larger than the gross domestic product of Mexico, according to a new report from The

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5 Challenges Every Minority/Women Owned Business Must Hurdle

5 Challenges Every Minority/Women Owned Business Must Hurdle

(Los Angeles, CA)– According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the number of minority- and women-owned businesses is on the rise. There are now nearly 10 million women-owned firms in the country, which is a 2 million firm increase in the

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Most Americans Feel Unprepared for Retirement, Report Finds

Most Americans Feel Unprepared for Retirement, Report Finds

(Bloomington, IL) – Uncertainty looms over working Americans who fear they won’t be able to realize a comfortable retirement. Eighty-one percent of those in the workforce are worried about their level of preparedness – still nearly two-thirds (67 percent) of current retirees

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People’s Mortgage Company’s Tips to Lower Your Homeowners Insurance

Whether it’s getting rid of cable or opting to cook and eat at home on a consistent basis, homeowners across the board are always looking for ways to reduce their monthly expenses. But when it comes to matters related to

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Quick Tips That Can Help You Improve Your Credit Score Fast

1. Dispute errors. Mistakes happen. You can dispute errors online through Equifax, Experian and TransUnion. After you’ve fixed any foul-ups, you might try to… 2. Negotiate. You can’t deny that you stopped paying a credit card bill when you were unemployed last year. But you can ask creditors

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Don't like your boss? Tell them and you'll do BETTER at work

Don’t like your boss? You don’t have to hide it anymore. A new study has proven that your job performance will ‘improve’ if you and your boss see eye-to-eye about your relationship — even if it’s not a great one.

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Friends and Money: Where to Draw the Line and Avoid Conflict

Expert QA My best friend recently asked me to loan her some money. She promises to pay me back right away, but I’m worried about jeopardizing our friendship. How should I handle it? From the Editors of Las Fabulosas Friends

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Teaching Your Kids About Financial Responsibility

By Shirley Velásquez for Las Fabulosas One of the best lessons that padres can teach their hijos is how to handle money. In fact, it’s never too early to start. Since figuring out where to begin can be difficult for most parents,

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Get Hired: Tips for your most Successful Job Interview Yet

By Shirley Velásquez for Las Fabulosas Despite upbeat reports about the country’s economic improvement, employers have remained cautious when it comes to hiring and job interviews. That’s why making a lasting impression during a brief in-person interview is especially important.

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Tunepics app that lets you post images with music is social media hit

The next trend in social media has arrived – watch out Instagram, you’ve got competition.  It is called Tunepics app, and it works in a similar way to Instagram, but it lets you post your images with music.  According to

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