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Ivelisse Rodriguez Simon discusses trends in investment capital for minority women asset managers

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Currently, there's about $70 trillion of capital to manage in the United States, yet only 1% of that capital is managed by women, or people of color despite these groups representing 75% of the US population. This is one of many barriers that prevents and limits access to capital for minority-owned small businesses.
restaurant, covid-19 worker

Applications for the SBA’s Restaurant Revitalization Fund are now open

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The Small Business Administration’s Restaurant Revitalization Fund is now accepting applications. This program will provide emergency assistance for eligible restaurants, bars, and other qualifying businesses impacted by COVID-19.
finances, savings, budgeting

Tips to improve your financial smarts this National Financial Literacy Month 

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April is National Financial Literacy Month and what better way to celebrate than to take this opportunity to review and upgrade your financial smarts.

NJEDA Announces launch dates for $85 million Phase 4 of the Small Business Emergency Assistance Grant Program

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Phase 4 provides short-term, immediate payroll and working capital support to NJ small and medium businesses and nonprofits
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NJEDA & digitalundivided showcase resources for Black & Latino Entrepreneurs

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Members of New Jersey’s innovation community had the opportunity to learn about public and private resources available to entrepreneurs of color during a “Removing Barriers for Diverse Entrepreneurs” Instagram Live discussion on Wednesday that featured New Jersey Economic Development Authority (NJEDA) Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Tim Sullivan and digitalundivided CEO Lauren Maillian.
small business, business loan,

How American Rescue Plan Act will help minority-owned small businesses recover post-COVID

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The American Rescue Plan Act will help small businesses recover…
Isabella Guzman, Isabel Guzman, first Latina SBA Administrator,

Isabella Casillas Guzman confirmed as new SBA Administrator, a big win for small businesses

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Isabella Casillas Guzman has been confirmed as the 27th Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration. A Latina business leader, Guzman was the first Latina to be named to a cabinet-level position. 

Latinas in Business partners with Rutgers' Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI) Program

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Jasmine Cordero is the director of Rutgers’ award-winning Entrepreneurship Pioneers Initiative (EPI) Program where she manages the 9-month training program focused on helping entrepreneurs in NJ grow their businesses and attain resources, financial coaching, peer-mentoring, and networking opportunities. 
VITA, free tax preparation

Remote bilingual and free tax preparation for individuals and solopreneurs in New Jersey

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Free tax preparation with bilingual tax preparers seems too good to be true but with the tax filing deadline approaching quickly, you can take advantage of the United Way of Central Jersey’s Voluntary Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.