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New report finds Latino retirees largest group without savings and facing bleakest future

New report finds Latino retirees largest group without savings and facing bleakest future

LatinaLista — Headlines always seem to scream about the dire future of Latino children. Yet, thanks to a new study, we now know that the future of Latino retirees isn’t any better. Race and Retirement Insecurity in the United States paints a chilling picture of what awaits Latino Baby Boomers. According to the study, Latino retirees

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Why Your Family Needs to Talk About Caregiving Today

By Judi Bonilla LatinoElders On Friday, November 1st, National Family Caregivers Month officially begins. If you’ve ever been a caregiver you know the emotional, mental, and physical health problems that accompany caring for a loved one. As our population ages the need for caregivers has increased and many of us our stepping into caregiving roles.

Guest Voz: Medicare Patients Must Defend What Is Left

LatinaLista — While the federal deficit is a scary enough scenario, it remains for too many people an abstract event. It’s not until Washington starts eliminating programs and reducing funding for others that the seriousness of the situation comes home. Unfortunately, the very programs targeted for cuts or elimination are some of the very programs

Obama’s willingness to cut Social Security benefits cuts deep into the Latino community

LatinaLista – The pressure for President Obama to resolve the debate between Republicans and Democrats over whether or not to raise the debt ceiling is reaching the desperate stage. It must be, if as reported by The Washington Post last night, that President Obama is now willing to consider cuts to Social Security. Why the GOP,

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