Hugo Lara

Hugo Lara

Hugo is leading our Marketing and Sales team. He holds an MBA from a top global program and writes on personal finance and career development.
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Tips for Buying Your First House During an Economic Crisis

Buying real estate has always been considered to be a generally safe and profitable investment. In addition to opening the door to a number of tax benefits, owning property can provide investors with a reliable source of passive income that can appreciate substantially over time.

What is ESG Investing and How is it Helping To Fight COVID-19?

Despite the fear, uncertainty, and anxiety of our present moment, there have been innumerable lights in the darkness - moments when groups of strangers have come together to look out for the needs of those who have been more seriously affected by the pandemic. Today, there is a strong national feeling that in times of national crisis, it’s the people who will ultimately rise to the occasion..

Tips for Finding a Job After College During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Before the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, most college grads were able to follow a simple and time-tested formula for finding a job. But over the last two months, it’s become increasingly clear that nearly every industry and company will be transformed to some degree by the coronavirus emergency. As a result, millions of college graduates have been anxiously wondering how and when they’ll be..

Should You Refinance Your Student Loans During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

Over the course of the last two months, it’s become clear that the COVID-19 pandemic is not only a public health emergency. It is also, and perhaps even primarily, an economic crisis - one that will affect each of us in unprecedented and unpredictable ways. In light of that, millions of Americans in recent weeks have begun to completely reassess their personal financial management strategies...

Managing Your Debt During the Coronavirus Emergency

As the nation prepares to begin its second month of compulsory lockdown, individuals and families across the US are struggling to adapt to harsh, new financial realities. Millions of Americans who were earning a steady income just two months ago have suddenly lost their jobs as a result of the public health policies and economic pressures precipitated by the virus.

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