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February 2013 Archives

STUDY:  Latinos are Optimistic About Families’ Financial Future

STUDY:  Latinos are Optimistic About Families’ Financial Future

Eight in ten Hispanics expect their family’s financial situation to improve over the next four years compared to only 68 percent of the general public, according to a new Ipsos Public Affairs continue reading »

President Warns Economy, Nat’l Security Will Suffer with Spending Cuts

President Warns Economy, Nat’l Security Will Suffer with Spending Cuts

President Barack Obama said Tuesday that the U.S. economy and national security will suffer if a set of automatic spending cuts takes effect later this week. continue reading »

No Saturday Mail Will Save U.S. Postal $2 Billion, While Lance Armstrong May Owe Them $32 Million

No Saturday Mail Will Save U.S. Postal $2 Billion, While Lance Armstrong May Owe Them $32 Million

Effective August 5, 2013 the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) will stop its Saturday delivery of letters and other first-class mail in a bid to save $2 billion dollars annually. continue reading »

Expert Offers 3 Tips for Baby Boomers

Expert Offers 3 Tips for Baby Boomers

The economy may be recovering, but some of the changes wrought by the Great Recession may be long-lasting. Anyone planning for retirement, no matter what their age, needs to take those changes into account continue reading »

Free Tax Return Preparation—See If You Qualify

Free Tax Return Preparation—See If You Qualify

Do you need help preparing your tax return? Learn about the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) and Tax Counseling for the Elderly (TCE) programs.VITA Program: If you make $51,000 or less, IRS-certified volunteers continue reading »