Dr. Juan Andres Rodriguez-Nieto, assistant professor of finance at Drury University, led another Saturday afternoon class in financial literacy for the Hispanic community. The event, co-sponsored by Grupo Latinoamericano, covered a range of topics, including saving for retirement and budgeting. The full slide deck developed by Dr. Rodriguez-Nieto is available below.
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1. When did Grupo Latinoamericano begin and why? Grupo Latinoamericano was started in 1987 by a group of Hispanics in the area of Springfield. It was mostly professionals and at that time the Hispanic and Latino community was very small in this area. We started a social club, getting together to talk about literature, having … More Spotlight: Yolanda Lorge