Choosing a health insurance plan can be complicated. Knowing just a few things before you compare plans can make it simpler. Continue reading 3 Things to Know Before You Pick a Health Insurance Plan
A personal finance web app by Mi Dinero Mi Futuro targets Latino millennials
In celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month last year, Mi Dinero Mi Futuro (My Money My Future Inc.)—a mission driven company that helps communities of color build wealth for their families and communities—announced the launch of its online personal finance solution, Money Made Simple™, for underserved millennials to help them manage their money and make better money decisions. Continue reading Money Made Simple
By Diana Britton
While Hispanic and African American adults say it’s in the best interest of financial advisory firms to hire more minority advisors, they are less concerned that their own personal advisor be the same ethnicity or race, according to a new survey by Edward Jones. Continue reading Minority Clients Want Culturally Diverse Advisory Firms
With the recent conclusion of another annual celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, here are business data that show gains in America’s Hispanic-owned businesses. The following data is based on statistics as of December 2016. Continue reading Hispanic-Owned Businesses on the Rise
We’ve all dreamed of what we would do if we won the lottery. Take care of our family. Send our kids to college. Buy our dream house. Travel. The list goes on and on.
Continue reading One in ten Latino families cite winning the lottery as a method to pay for a child’s education
For Michael Alfaro, 29, who was recently married, home is a rent-controlled Los Angeles apartment while he and his wife save for a home. For Pamela Cervera, 30, and her boyfriend, it’s a condo they purchased together in Washington. The two millennials may not know it, but both are on the front edge of an important anticipated boost in home ownership. Continue reading Latino Millennials’ Home Ownership Is Key for Housing Market Growth
Springfield, Mass.—Middle-income Latinos in the workforce say they feel less financially secure and worry more about money than other Americans, posing higher hurdles to planning for retirement and building wealth, according to new research commissioned by Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).
Continue reading MassMutual study finds Latinos feel less secure and worry more about money than other Americans
The new Waleteros app is now available, allowing users to have access to financial services wherever they are. Unlike other applications on the market, Waleteros simplifies all tasks starting with the registration process. Getting a prepaid card has never been so easy! Simply take a picture of your country’s ID and snap a selfie. In a few minutes and for no fee, a ready-to-use virtual prepaid Visa card will be available right from your phone (while one waits for the physical Visa card to arrive within 10 days).
Continue reading Waleteros Is Introducing A New Mobile App, A Virtual Prepaid Card, And Ultra-Modern Customer Service Allowing For A Personalized Connection To Latin America Relatives
Springfield, Mass. June 7th, 2017— Latino parents are opposed to their children obtaining student loans, listing nine other methods to help pay for college ahead of loans, according to new research from Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual).