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Brazilian Gov’t Says Country is Holding Up During Global Crisis

Brazil's finance minister said Thursday that Latin America's largest economy is holding up well amid the "worst year" of the global economic crisis and that its solid foundation will enable it to achieve growth of nearly 4 percent this year. continue reading »

Brazilians Have Close to $520 Billion Stashed Away in Offshore Tax Haven Accounts

In a report entitled, ‘The Price of Offshore Revisited’ it is estimated that Brazil’s wealthiest are stashing away close to 520 billion dollars in offshore accounts continue reading »

Last-Minute Tax Return Filers: Avoid Common Errors

The Internal Revenue Service today reminded taxpayers to review their tax returns for common errors that could delay the processing of their returns. Here are some ways to avoid common mistakes. continue reading »

Latino Market “Least Served” by Financial Institutions, 50% Have no Banking Relationship

Credit unions and other financial institutions would gain new members and customers if they adapted to the needs of the growing Hispanic market, the group "least served" by the financial sector, an expert in the subject said. continue reading »

IRS YouTube Videos Offer Last-Minute Help for Taxpayers

The Internal Revenue Service reminds taxpayers that IRS YouTube videos can help them with their taxes before the April 17, 2012, deadline. The IRS channels offer information on a variety of the most frequently asked taxpayer questions at this time of year. continue reading »

Docu-Series Looking for Latino Family-Owned Businesses

Seeking Hispanic Family-Owned Businesses and African-American/Black Family-Owned Businesses. We are seeking affluent Latino family-owned businesses with HUGE continue reading »

Spain’s Largest Banks Downgraded by Fitch Ratings

Fitch Ratings, which downgraded Spanish sovereign debt a month ago, said Monday it lowered its credit rating of Spain's four largest lenders. continue reading »

Campaign Promotes Use of Minority Banks

The National Bankers Association {NBA}, a cosortium of minority-owned banks, is teaming with nationally-syndicated radio talk show host, Warren Ballentine, to spearhead a national campaign to get minorities and other consumers in the urban areas to bank with minority banks. continue reading »

Energy Savings Agreement

The Department of State is pleased to announce that it has taken an important step in reducing its environmental footprint by making renewable energy a significant portion of its electric portfolio. continue reading »

Obama Administration: Funds for CT, MO, and VT to Spur at Least $534 Million in New Small Businesses

Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury announced the approval of State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) applications from Connecticut, Missouri, and Vermont. continue reading »

More than 99% of TARP Funds Paid Back by U.S. Financial Institutions

The U.S. Department of the Treasury announced that today six financial institutions have repurchased Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) Capital Purchase Program (CPP) investments, delivering a total of $475 million in proceeds for taxpayers. continue reading »

Know Your Debt Score: New, Free Service Helps Consumers Analyze Their Financial Health

DebtScore.com Offers the First-Ever DebtScore Personalized by Age, Lifestyle and Retirement Goals. Ed Ojdana, CEO of Oweing.com and the visionary who founded freecreditreport.com continue reading »

SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE: Signs of Impending Growth in Small Business Lending

Lending to small firms by U.S. financial institutions continued to decline over the 2009–2010 period, but some loan size categories began to stabilize, according to the Office of Advocacy’s latest edition of Small Business Lending in the United States. continue reading »

POLL:  Hispanics Tend to Hold Few Investments or Retirement Accounts

According to a recently released poll from the Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation-Harvard University initiative, one out of every six Hispanics holds any type of investments. continue reading »

POLL:  Hispanics Tend to Hold Few Investments or Retirement Accounts

According to a recently released poll from the Washington Post-Kaiser Family Foundation-Harvard University initiative, one out of every six Hispanics holds any type of investments. continue reading »

PERSONAL FINANCE:  Ways to File Your Taxes for Free

The Internal Revenue Service has a free tax-preparation program for virtually every taxpayer, regardless of income. Taxpayers can also file their taxes online, which speeds up the process for getting back a refund. continue reading »