Tag Archives: money

The Wise Latina Club Money: 3 Cheap Ways to File Your Taxes

The Wise Latina Club Money: 3 Cheap Ways to File Your Taxes

I don’t know what happened this year, but I’m behind on my taxes and will likely file on or very close to Tax Day. ¿Will your mañana ways cost you big come April 15th? Not if you follow these tax  Read More...

TWLC Money: 5 Savings Tips When You Don’t Make A Lot of Money

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With the exception of kids, I am no different than my driver last week or the female manager at the nearby Kinko’s: it is virtually impossible for these single moms and I to save money for retirement or the “rainy day” fund  Read More...

My First Apartment

I ran upstairs to grab a picture of the college student's living room. In hindsight, the mattresses and giant paper Christmas tree might not be average. Courtesy: Dulce-Marie Flecha

Two years ago I sat in my Penn State dorm room with a calculator and a question: is it cheaper to live on campus, in my small but comfortable dorm, or in an apartment complex off-campus? As I crunched numbers,  Read More...

Can I Take a Lookie at Your Credit Report?

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on NPR's Tell Me More Looks at Couples and Cash

Remember when in matters of amor, being a “10″ was tops (Bo Derek anyone)? Not anymore and by a long shot if you add money to the mix. Imagine this date scenario: “Hi, I’m Viviana.  I’m an 800.  How about  Read More...

TMM Guest Host Day 1: Serious About Syria, Saving for Freelancers, Romney’s Woman & Latino Problema

Viviana Hurtado on NPR's Tell Me More with Michel Martin

Until recently, I was always a generalist and in Washington, DC, this is a problem given that as a reporter, you need to own a beat–sources and stories to break news. So I focused on my passion and made it  Read More...

TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado on CNN en Español’s Notimujer Chats about Women Leading the Economy

TWLC's Viviana Hurtado on CNNE's Notimujer on Women & the Economy

Women are uniquely positioned to lead our economic recovery–if you are interpreting the recent data optimistically and believe our economy is on the up. ¿Por qué? Well, the “man-cession” as our recession was called by some experts, hit men disproportionately  Read More...

TWLC’s Viviana Hurtado Talks about “You, Inc.” on CNN en Español’s Notimujer

The Wise Latina Club's Viviana Hurtado on CNN en Español

CNN en Español‘s show devoted to women’s issues–Notimujer–asked me to speak about advancing at work by assembling the board of “You, Inc.” after following this blog, especially the career segment 6 Minute Career Climb. This concept models after Fortune 500  Read More...

6 Minute Career Climb: Claim Your Past to Create Your Future

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Her name is Deborah Rosado Shaw, not Barrington Harrington Carrington, III (pronounced, the thuuuuuuuhhhhhddddd). She was born and raised not in the Hamptons, but in Spanish Harlem and the South Bronx, some of the toughest and poorest neighborhoods in the  Read More...