Money Remittance Increases With California Minimum Wage Boost To $15

Minimum Wage Increase Means You Can Send Money to Mexico More Often

Some Mexicans have migrated to California in order to find better job opportunities. They often send money to Mexico to assist friends and family members back home. Unfortunately, along with better job opportunities comes a higher cost of living. Immigrants can be shocked to see how expensive California living is. If you’re working a minimum wage job, the pain of high living expense is even more burdensome. Now, there is good news! Recently, a law was tentatively passed that will increase the minimum wage to $15 by the year 2022. Currently at $10, the minimum wage could go up in increments, giving small businesses a chance to adjust. Continue reading Money Remittance Increases With California Minimum Wage Boost To $15

Successful Personal Finance Habits We Can Learn from Immigrants

Personal Finance Lessons to Improve Financial Planning Outcomes

Most American’s don’t save for the future. In fact, our consumer-based society is more prone to spend than to plan ahead. Often times immigrants come to the U.S. for better job opportunities, but they also bring along smart and productive money habits that some US born citizens could learn from. Personal finance is something no one can afford to overlook, whether you’re an immigrant or a natural born citizen. If you are looking for ways to improve your financial profile, take a lesson from immigrants and consider adopting some of their best known financing habits. Continue reading Successful Personal Finance Habits We Can Learn from Immigrants