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All Consumer Action publications are available online, with most also available as a PDF download. Government agencies, nonprofits and other community-based organizations who wish to distribute our publications for educational purposes can use the PDF file to instantly produce a professional-looking brochure using an office printer.

Headlines & Press Releases

 

Wednesday, April 06, 2022

Press ReleasesSpanish Press Release | Nueva publicación ayudará a la comunidad hispana en California a ejercer sus derechos de privacidad

 

Tuesday, March 01, 2022

Spanish Headlines | Estudio: Vacuna de Pfizer contra COVID da protección a niños

 

Monday, February 28, 2022

Spanish Headlines | Cómo protegerse de las estafas más frecuentes

 

Monday, January 10, 2022

Spanish Headlines | Legisladores de California debaten plan de salud universal

 

Friday, January 07, 2022

Spanish Headlines | Cómo crear crédito cuando no lo tienes

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Publications

Get Credit for Your Hard Work (2023 Tax Year) (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Get Credit for Your Hard Work (2023 Tax Year) (Spanish) Los contribuyentes activos de bajos ingresos pueden calificar para el Crédito Tributario por Ingreso del Trabajo (EITC). The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) helps low-income working taxpayers and families get more money back when they file their federal income tax return. This publication contains EITC guidelines for the 2023 tax year (for taxes due in April 2024). Filed Under: Money Management Taxes on Dec 12, 2023

 
Housing Help: Next steps and resources when you’re at risk of foreclosure (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Housing Help: Next steps and resources when you’re at risk of foreclosure (Spanish) . This guide can help struggling homeowners avoid foreclosure, or, if foreclosure is imminent, understand their options, rights and next steps. It includes a wide variety of resources, including where to turn for professional advice and guidance. Filed Under: Foreclosure on Jun 30, 2023

 
Investing for Communities of Color: Build generational wealth (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Investing for Communities of Color: Build generational wealth (Spanish) . For a number of reasons, communities of color invest at lower rates than white people do. But investing is a key component of achieving long-term financial security and building generational wealth. This publication explains the barriers to investing for communities of color, as well as why it’s crucial to start investing now, how to get started (even if you don’t have much to invest) and stay on track, and where to find more information about investing and personal finance. Filed Under: Investing on Apr 19, 2023

 
Investing for Women: Take control of your financial future (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Investing for Women: Take control of your financial future (Spanish) . Women have some additional challenges to overcome when planning for the future and getting started investing. This publication identifies some of the barriers to investing that women face, explains why women must invest, and offers tips and resources for getting started and managing an investment portfolio wisely. Filed Under: Investing on Feb 14, 2023

 
Investing Basics: Get started putting your money to work for you (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Investing Basics: Get started putting your money to work for you (Spanish) . Investing is a crucial element of any long-term financial plan. This guide introduces the fundamentals of sound investing, presents key considerations when choosing investments, explains how to open an account, and provides resources to help you learn more. Filed Under: Investing on Feb 07, 2023

 
In Brief: Your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | In Brief: Your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (Spanish) . The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) gives residents important rights regarding the personal information that businesses collect about them. This condensed version of our full-length CCPA guide provides an overview of your rights as of Jan. 1, 2023. Filed Under: Privacy Rights on Jan 24, 2023

 
Take action! Exercise your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Take action! Exercise your rights under the California Consumer Privacy Act (Spanish) . This guide explains who and what is covered by the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), describes how you can exercise your rights, and offers tips for protecting your personal data. It has been updated to reflect changes in the law that took effect on Jan. 1, 2023. Click here for a condensed version of the guide. Filed Under: Privacy Rights on Jan 24, 2023

 
Smartphone warranties: Understanding and exercising your rights (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Smartphone warranties: Understanding and exercising your rights (Spanish) . A smartphone can be a big investment, so it's important to know you'll be protected if you get a device with some sort of defect. This guide explains how smartphone warranties work, why extended warranties and insurance aren't always a good idea, your warranty rights under the law, how to file a claim, and what to do if you're dissatisfied with how your claim is handled. Filed Under: Consumer Rights Telecom on Jan 09, 2023

 
Coronavirus vaccination outreach resources for community-based organizations (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Coronavirus vaccination outreach resources for community-based organizations (Spanish) Cómo hacerle frente al COVID-19. Getting enough people vaccinated to achieve herd immunity is critical to saving lives and enabling the country to recover from the devastation of the pandemic, yet as of July 2021, around half of U.S. adults were still unvaccinated. This guide shares tools and information from trusted sources that will help community-based organizations encourage and communicate about COVID-19 vaccination within their communities. Filed Under: COVID-19 Pandemic Medical/Healthcare on Oct 19, 2021

 
Distinguishing between vaccine fact and fiction (Spanish)

Library: Spanish | Distinguishing between vaccine fact and fiction (Spanish) Cómo hacerle frente al COVID-19. While many millions of Americans have been safely vaccinated, millions of others have not, with many basing their decision not to get the vaccine on inaccurate or misleading information. This publication counters specific vaccination objections with facts, explains why someone should get vaccinated, gives tips for recognizing and stemming vaccine misinformation/disinformation, and directs readers to resources that can help them get a vaccination. Filed Under: COVID-19 Pandemic Medical/Healthcare on Oct 05, 2021

 

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