Economy articles

New website helps families understand the new tax credits that will “put money in their pockets”

LatinaLista — Though “Tax Day” isn’t for a couple of months, most families are already eagerly waiting for that W-2 form to arrive in the mail so they can cash in on what the government owes them — especially during these unpredictable times. Yet, chances are a lot of families don’t realize that there are

Deported military veterans plead to be classified as “non-citizen nationals”

LatinaLista — The plea appearing on the Latina Lista Facebook page this week was simple: Will you PLEASE help us bring to light and expose this unjust and unfair treatment of U.S.Military Veterans.THANK YOU. The person who posted it was Hector Lopez, a U.S. military veteran. Lopez left a link along with his request. Following

Latino community gets only 3% of foundation and corporate dollars

LatinaLista — The Latino population may be increasing, and it’s a fact that it is, but one particular area where there is a sore lack of Hispanic representation is on corporate boards and among senior corporate management. The 2009 HACR Corporate Inclusion Index published by the Hispanic Association for Corporate Responsibility (HACR), found (unsurprisingly) that

Nashville Hispanic Chamber plays Santa to children turned away by local charities

LatinaLista — Headlines are always filled with bad news. In fact, conventional thinking in the news industry is the worse the headline, the bigger the attraction. Unfortunately, it works. Yet, there should always be a time where we can take a rest from the bad headlines and see that there does exist good in the

Laredo, TX has only one Christmas wish: a bookstore for its city

LatinaLista — It was just a couple of weeks before Christmas that the City of Laredo got the news that no man, woman or child should ever have to hear at this time of the year — the Grinch really does exist. But rather than steal Christmas, this Grinch wants to steal the last remaining