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27 September 2012

HAF Chair Keynotes Hispanic Heritage Month Event

The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF), Roberto Salazar, provided the keynote address for this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration at the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC). Salazar’s remarks…
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09 January 2012

Campaign Launches to Educate Hispanics on Tax Preparation

Spanish-speaking taxpayers can face barriers of language, fraud and misinformation WASHINGTON – When it comes to taxes, many Hispanics face an uphill battle wrought with barriers such as language, fraud and misinformation. To help address…
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20 September 2011

HAF and H&R Block renew program to educate Spanish-speaking taxpayers

The Hispanic Access Foundation has announced it will continue its partnership with H&R Block, the world’s largest tax services provider, to launch the next phase of its campaign “Prepárate Para Un Futuro Mejor” (Prepare Yourself…
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13 September 2011

Colorado Latinos, Youth Call on Obama to Support Great Outdoors

 Denver-based nonprofit Environmental Learning for Kids and Washington, D.C.-based Hispanic Access Foundation have launched an education and outreach campaign that has introduced Denver-area Latino youth to the great outdoors, and empowered them to call on…
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15 February 2011

Hispanic Access Foundation Announces Partnership With H&R Block

HAF and HRB launch program to educate Spanish-speaking taxpayers Hispanic Access Foundation has announced it has partnered with H&R Block, the world's largest tax services provider, to educate Spanish-speaking taxpayers about tax issues affecting where…
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26 October 2010

Tax Education For America’s Latino Immigrant Workforce

Recent immigrants encounter many challenges as they seek to integrate into American society and make a better life for themselves and their families. Today's economic downturn has stalled the rapid rise of Hispanics in the…
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