Hispanic Tax Franchise Marketing That Makes Sense!

The Hispanic market is one of the most lucrative markets in America, yet many businesses have failed to substantially tap this market for one reason – a lack of understanding. Tri Tax understands the Hispanic market because their roots are in catering to just such a demographic. Can this knowledge help you succeed? Absolutely.

Incredible Potential

The Hispanic market is the largest minority market in the entire country, and it is growing exponentially. Every year, this market increases significantly, and represents a larger pool of potential consumer dollars. In fact, the Hispanic market is not just the fastest growing minority group in the US, but the fastest growing consumer market of any kind. The Hispanic population currently sits at 40 million, and is increasing all the time. Furthermore, the economic purchasing power of Hispanics is increasing steadily, and recently topped $1 trillion for the first time.

Incredibly, this is a market that many retailers are unable or unwilling to cater to. Much of this comes down to effective communication. Tri Tax understands the Hispanic market and have developed a easy to follow system to help tap into this incredible pool of potential.

Know Your Audience

Knowing your potential consumer base inside and out is one of the most basic and fundamental aspects of business. In order to generate business, you need to market yourself. But in order to successfully market yourself, you need to craft an effective message. What constitutes an effective message? It depends on who you are trying to reach, which is why you need to understand the market you are attempting to reach before you begin this process.

Tri Tax does not exclusively target a Hispanic audience. But we refuse to alienate a huge potential consumer base because of a lack of effective communication. And this communication goes beyond just speaking Spanish or putting out a Spanish advertisement. Communication boils down to understand the needs of your consumers, and then providing qualified solutions to these needs.

The Tri Tax Advantage

At Tri Tax, we have achieved and subsequently sustained a huge operational advantage over our direct competition by incorporating the Hispanic market into our marketing and business plans. This is an advantage that gets passed directly on to our franchisers. By sharing our knowledge and expertise, we will help you sustain this advantage over your direct competitors.

By instituting a few simple operation contingencies, you can give your franchise a significant boost, and give a boost to your chances of long-term success in the process. To learn more about Tri Tax Franchises, and what we can offer you, please visit us online at

Ethical Money Makes The World Go Round

Whatever your resources, socially responsible investment (SRI) can help you fulfil your dreams, and make the world a better place. SRI means you can channel your money away from industries that contribute to the destruction of the environment, companies employing sweatshop and child labour, business involved in animal experimentation and corporation that support repressive and brutal regimes

Like any investor a socially responsible one wants to see a sound return on their investment but they also want to invest in companies that demonstrate social and environmental principles. Even though SRI means limiting choice in types of investment it has not led to any systematic under performance in stocks, in fact it have done as well as or better than others on the market.

SRI developed in the USA as a response by concerned Quakers and other people disgusted that their investments were supporting the arms trade and the Vietnam war. Since then SRI has become a growing market within the UK, and is increasing at about 34% per year Socially responsible investors include institutions such as non profit organisations, Churches, trade unions, universities and individuals from all walks of life. What they have in common is a commitment to channelling their money towards investment that reflects their personal ethics and values. You don’t have to have lots of money to be a socially responsible investor although a minimum commitment is like with most funds about 50 pounds a month.

There are two main strategies to SRI: Avoidance Screening – choosing not to invest in industries for example, those with discriminatory employment practices, business activities with repressive governments, poor environmental records, animal testing, weapons contractors and the tobacco industry.Affirmative Screening – Actively seeking out investments in activities to support such as alternative energy and natural foods, companies that show commitment to their workers, communities and the environment.

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What makes an investment ethical

People want their money to work hard to deliver the best possible return on their stake. There are many ways that people can grow their money, from traditional savings and ISA accounts to more diverse investments such as commodities.

Current times are quite challenging in terms of what investments actually do provide a decent return on customers monies, and many people are turning to ethical investment opportunities.

What is an ethical investment?

An ethical (also known as Sustainable) investment is an investment that not only offers a good return on the clients money but also helps the planet. This is done by investing in commodities such as timber, where plantations are created and harvested over a designated period of time. These opportunities often come with social and environmental objectives. They can provide jobs to communities whilst creating sustainable fuels and forestry for years to come.

Why should you chose an ethical investment?

Investing money is all about getting a return at any cost. Ethical opportunities are different in that respect. Ultimately the end goal is getting a return on investment, but alongside this investment you know that the money is being put to good use in both a socially and environmentally responsible way. By choosing an ethical investment you can be sure that your money will be put to use in a way that will also help the environment both now and the foreseeable future.

What are the risk of ethical investments?

There are always risks in any investment and ethical opportunities are no different, however they do tend to often perform well under poor market conditions. It is important to note, however, that an ethical opportunity might have a higher risk profile than other investment opportunities where a companies activities are more mainstream.

What types of ethical investments are available?

There are many different types of sustainable opportunities available to people who are serious about socially responsible investments. These can range from Forestry and Farming to alternative energy sources and eco-housing.

Before you embark on any type of investment, be it ethical or not, you should always seek guidance and where possible have a look at how the market has been performing over a period of time. Sustainable investments can offer a very high return on your investment, but as with any investment there is an element of risk involved. In some cases the element of risk may be higher in an ethical investment than in a non-ethical option so you should always research the market prior to departing with your hard earned cash. You should only ever invest what you can afford to potentially lose.

Sustainable investments can provide you with a high return on your money, whilst also helping to build a sustainable planet.