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Reloadable Prepaid Cards Provide Security for Hispanics

CHERRY HILL, N.J. –According to new survey data from TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®, Hispanics note that their finances are in a safer place when using reloadable prepaid cards – the majority (75 percent) of Hispanics surveyed feel extremely or very secure about their personal and financial information when using a reloadable prepaid card.

TD Bank’s survey, which polled 189 Hispanic consumers nationwide, sought to understand the use and perceptions of reloadable prepaid cards.

The Latino Coalition Small Business Summit is coming to Washington, D.C

The Latino Coalition

Getting the attention of Washington’s leaders isn’t easy, but The Latino Coalition knows how to do it.

11 Things Ultra-Productive People Do Differently

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When it comes to productivity, we all face the same challenge: there are only 24 hours in a day. Yet some people seem to have twice the time. They have an uncanny ability to get things done. Even when juggling multiple projects they reach their goals without fail.

Time is really the only capital that any human being has, and the only thing he can’t afford to lose.—Thomas Edison

Building a Family Business? Make Sure it Lasts

5 Tips for Hispanic Business Owners 

For many Hispanics, owning your own business is a lifelong dream. It provides financial security and something tangible to pass on to your children. According to research performed by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual), Hispanic business owners are significantly more likely than U.S. business owners in general to leave their businesses to a family member and are more likely to employ relatives. 

Washington State University's bilingual TV Spot showcases its mission to be accessible to all

Time to Go - a Bilingual WSU TV spot

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Keenan Engages Latino Affairs Veteran Laura Barrera to Guide New Latino Outreach Initiative

TORRANCE, Calif. - Keenan, the largest privately held insurance brokerage and consulting firm in California, has announced that Laura Barrera, an expert in Latino affairs, has been engaged to help guide the firms new Latino outreach initiative.

$80K Plus A Year? The Data Sector Is Where The Dollars Are

10 Tips for Successful Career Planning

It’s Never Too Soon (or Too Late). Where will you be in a year? In five years?

By Randall S. Hansen, Ph.D.

Career planning is not an activity that should be done once—in high school or college—and then left behind as we move forward in our jobs and careers. Career planning is an activity that is best done on a regular basis, especially given the data that the average worker will change careers (not jobs) multiple times over his or her lifetime.

The CA Diversity & Leadership Conference is coming to Southern CA in June!

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June 4, 2015

Patricia Mota Named Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement President

The Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement (HACE) is thrilled to announce the hiring of Patricia Mota as its new president.

Mota’s work at HACE in the past five years includes the development of new HACE partnerships, increased partner engagement, launch of the Mujeres de HACE women’s leadership program across four cities nationally, expansion of HACE’s El Futuro High School program to Houston, and the pilot of the new HACE Nonprofit Leadership Program.

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