Monthly Archives: November 2014

Tax Credits Lift Families out of Poverty

Just in one year, Broward County’s working families received up to $514,000 in Earned Income Tax Credits (EITC). In 2013, these credits lifted more than 9.4 million people – including 5 million children – out of poverty. Every year, a group … Continue reading

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What Can Latinos Learn From Israeli Innovators? 

November 18, 2014 is National Entrepreneur Day. In honor of this day, we bring you the guest column below. Thank you to Guest Columnist Arminda “Mindy” Figueroa, Chief Marketing Connector (and CEO) of Latin2Latin Marketing + Communications, LLC  What Can Latinos Learn … Continue reading

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Why are 764,000 Floridians uninsured?

Health, love, money and time to enjoy it all. It’s one of my favorite Spanish toasts.  And, when I am feeling philosophical, I think of it as a great plan on how to live your life. When we are healthy, all … Continue reading

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