California Personal Finance Tips - Borowitz & Clark

Personal Finance

Two surveys conducted this spring and summer show that people in California are feeling the pinch from rising costs. 
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In California, departures far outnumber arrivals. Here's where Californians are heading, and why it is they're leaving in the first place.
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With the price of gas, groceries, and other essentials high, people in Los Angeles and around the country are making changes.
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If you’re trying to make ends meet on the same income you had before inflation struck, we don’t have to tell you how hard inflation can hit.
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If you’re among the tens of millions of Americans with medical debt on their credit reports, there’s good news on the horizon.
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Downsides of refinancing may be of particular concern to someone who is considering it because they can’t keep up with mortgage payments. 
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The advertisements for Tally–a solution presented as the answer to your sleepless nights–may be very attractive, but does it work as promised?
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Overdraft charges and NSF (non-sufficient funds) charges are a profit center for banks, and a quicksand-like pitfall for many consumers.
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Though there’s no magical time to take control of your finances, the fresh start of a shiny new year is as good a time as any.
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If your budget isn’t stable, it’s important to think strategically about how an influx of cash can best serve you and your family.
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Despite the pandemic debt levels seemed to be heading downwards, though a recent report spells the potential end of this trend.
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