The Inspirational Executive Series consists of interviews with our executive IBMers to demonstrate how you can successfully build an executive career in this increasingly demanding market. Juggling work, life, and family commitments is a daunting challenge, but this series reveals how, with careful time management, flexible leadership, and a willingness to embrace challenge, IBM can support successful executives to succeed in every aspect of their careers. Continue reading IBM Latin America Executive Shares How She Developed Skills That Led Her To Success
SPRINGFIELD, MA.–Financial security and homeownership are at the heart of the American Dream, but many Latinos feel the idea of the American Dream could be disappearing, according to the latest State of the American Family Study by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).
Continue reading Latinos Feel the American Dream Could Be Disappearing
by Madison Blancaflor
Lately, women hear a lot about gaps: how to combat the gender pay gap, how to avoid a resumé gap when you take time off to raise children, whether or not a thigh gap matters (it doesn’t). One “gap” that isn’t discussed enough is the gender investing gap. Continue reading Why Women Should Invest and How to Get Started
Technology is being consumed at an ever increasing rate causing executives, managers, and process improvement experts on the factory floor to re-define the methods of training and dissemination that have become obsolete.
Continue reading The iGen iEverything Train is Coming, but Are You Ready?
The Latino business community has made significant strides over the past three years in their business and financial planning compared to a national sample according to the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual) refreshed Business Owner Perspectives Study, which provides a look at the changes in the Latino small business owners’ mindset over the last three years (from 2015 to 2018).
Continue reading New research shows that Latino business owners are making significant strides compared to a national average
Know More About Who’s Helping and What You Want
1. Without exception, thoroughly investigate any person, organization, or company offering to provide you with financial planning or investment advice, products, and services. Check licenses and registrations through your state securities agency or the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards (CFB). Get a second or third objective opinion on every important decision you make regarding your retirement investments and savings.
Continue reading 10 Things to Consider When Planning Your Financial Future
Apps do a lot of things, including help us spend money. To kick off the year right, we’ve rounded up some apps that help us save ― or at least help us spend less. Here are a few that could tune up your budget in 2018, with hardly any effort on your part at all. Continue reading 6 Apps That Save Your Money While You Barely Lift A Finger
By Eric Titner
A new year is often looked at as an opportunity for making positive changes, and we’re all familiar with the tradition of making New Year’s resolutions—as we end each year and look forward to the next, we take stock of the things we want to improve upon or change in our lives.
College marks a significant transition period for many young adults — it’s a time of newfound freedom and the financial responsibilities that come with it. Continue reading Budgeting for College Students: Where to Start
As Hispanics continue to thrive—in education, career, resources, representation—their access to capital and buying power will increase accordingly, and their purchases will have a significant impact on the economy, not the least of which will be the purchase of a home. Continue reading Hispanic Women are the Key to Hispanic Buying Power