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The Informant, Volume 4, Issue #49 -- Thursday, December 18, 2003

Resources

'Tis the Season to Be Wary

With the holiday shopping season in full swing, small companies doing business online need to be especially aware of fraudulent activity on their Web sites.

How to Handle Inherited Money And Property

Inheriting money or property is often a mixed blessing. The beneficiaries of an estate have to figure out how to manage their new assets while dealing with emotions such as grief and guilt and the jealousy of friends and relatives.

How to Make the Most of Capital Gains, Losses

Here are examples of how to take advantage of the rules regarding capital gains and losses.

Year-End Real Estate Tax Tips

As any smart American home owner knows, a home represents one of the best ways - if not the best - to keep your money in your bank account and not in Uncle Sam's.

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Hispanic Business Export Guide

ABC's of Exporting: Why exporting should be included in every business' strategic planning process. Learn about the critical elements in the before, during and after of an export transaction.

Old Labels Just Don't Stick in 21st Century

'Traditional categories' are being discarded by demographers in favor of those that better reflect changes that are sweeping society.

University of Illinois Business College to Help Build Entrepreneurial Skills

The University of Illinois College of Business has been awarded a $4.5 million grant to establish an academy to build the entrepreneurial skills of graduate students and faculty.

Being 'Unbanked' Is a Heavy Burden

More than 10 million households in the United States are "unbanked" - they do no business with our banking system.

Saddam Doesn't Mean Much to Investors - And Shouldn't

Stocks are a bet on the future - and there are still many uncertainties in Iraq.

Finance Industry Starting to Adapt to Hispanics' Needs

While Hispanic wealth continues to grow, many Latinos still lack the tools they need to invest the fruits of their labor, financial planning experts say.

Clear Channel Communications Jumps into Untapped Hispanic Radio Market

A week after ditching its country music station, Clear Channel Communications jumped feet-first into the largely untapped Hispanic FM radio market.

Forrester Research Consumer Survey Finds Distinct Ways To Reach Minorities

A new Forrester Research, Inc. Consumer Technographics(C) report identifies key differences in technology adoption, media consumption, and receptiveness to marketing among Asians, Blacks, English-speaking Hispanics, and Whites.

Latino Community Stage Boycott in Support of License Law

Angered by the repeal of a state law that would have given driver's licenses to illegal immigrants, East Bay Latinos joined thousands around the state Friday in closing shops, walking off jobs and rallying to demonstrate their unity and economic power.

U.S. Economic Rejuvenation a Double Edged Sword for Rest of the World

The U.S. economy needed a record budget deficit and a dramatic fall by the dollar to put it back on the path to growth and that is a worry to other nations who rely on the world economic superpower.

Historic Number of Latinos Run for Senate

Secretary Mel Martinez, Rosario Marin, Alex Penelas and Gery Chico decide to run for U.S. Senate seats across the nation.

Study Poses Amending California Constitution to Allow Noncitizen Voting

A UCLA study released Wednesday says the state constitution should be amended so California's 4.6 million noncitizen adults can vote in local elections.

From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...

Hispanic Business Magazine

The Invisible Media Mogul

The Univision–Hispanic Broadcasting merger proves once again that Jerry Perenchio has a knack for guessing the future.

A Melting Pot with Flavor

Convergence of the Hispanic population with mainstream U.S. culture has created a unique, dynamic market for the 21st century.

Events

30th Annual - National Technical Career Conference

Tuesday, January 6, 2004
McCormick Place

Miss Latina New Jersey

Sunday, January 11, 2004
The day of the pageant is May 16, 2004 in the Robert Treat Hotel Newark, New Jersey

Remember the Alamo on PBS

Monday, February 2, 2004
NATIONAL ON PBS

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