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Latino Population Statistics (2016)
Over the past decade, Latinos have sealed their place as the country’s largest minority group. With the expanded national presence of this vibrant and youthful population, Hispanics increasingly contribute to the economic, ...
Expand the EITC, Expand Workers' Livelihoods
While the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) lifted 6.7 million working families above the poverty line in 2014, more than seven million workers who are not raising children were taxed into—or fell deeper into—poverty. This ...
Latino Community Insights: Prepaid Cards
NCLR surveys the Financial Services Advisory Council, comprised of 10 NCLR Affiliates, to gain insight into how prepaid cards are benefitting the Latino community and how they could be improved.
Latinos in the Silver State: Building a Better Future
Latino Nevadans represent a growing and influential population in the Silver State. One out of every three Nevadans is now Hispanic and that number is on the rise. These demographic trends fuel estimates that Nevada will ...
Latino Poverty and Income: Significant Gains in 2015
U.S. Census data shows that Latino poverty rates and median household income improved significantly in 2015.
Stop Payday Predators
See why we are fighting against payday loans, which are among the most predatory forms of credit on the market.
Latinos in Pennsylvania: Building A Secure Economic Future
Latino Pennsylvanians represent the fastest-growing minority group in the Keystone State. Between 2010 and 2015, the Hispanic population in Pennsylvania grew by 20%, (by contrast, the non-Hispanic population in Pennsylvania ...
Latino Community Insights: Financial Access and Inclusion
NCLR surveys the Financial Services Advisory Council, comprised of 10 NCLR Affiliates, to gain insight into how Latinos are accessing financial services and how banking institutions serve the community.