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PACE Program Causing Some Homeowners to Lose Homes

We’re sharing this recent article from the San Joaquin Valley Sun newspaper, Special Financing for Solar Projects Proves Sticky for Valley Residents.  The Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) financing program gives homeowners an opportunity to finance solar panels, as well as other energy-efficient improvements, for their homes with little to no up-front costs. Instead, the

Are You Eligible for PG&E’s SHARE Pilot Program?

PG&E’s Subsidized Housing Assistance Relief for Energy (SHARE) Pilot program focuses on mitigating homelessness by resolving the unpaid PG&E energy debt for eligible participants. SHARE eligibility (all required): A subsidized housing assistance participant of a SHARE participating Housing Authority At risk of a service disconnection or inability to secure housing due to an unpaid PG&E

Schools pushing for Financial Literacy

Most Americans need help when managing their expenses. According to FINRA‘s National Financial Capability Study, about 60 percent of the nation’s residents would not be able to pass a basic financial literacy quiz. And when it comes to savings, the Federal Reserve Board estimated about 40 percent of adults in the U.S. don’t have the

Come visit San Jose State University’s Business and Government Job-Internship Fair!

Bring your resumes and be dressed to impress! On Tuesday, February 19, 2019, from 12pm to 4pm at the Student Union Ballroom, meet with over 50 Silicon Valley businesses and government departments for your chance to jump start your career or internship! Of course, the California Department of Business Oversight (DBO) will be attending – so

Welcome to the new California Financial Literacy Portal!

Formerly known as the California Financial Literacy Month (CFLM) website and blog, we’ve completely revamped it to become the new California Financial Literacy Portal (CFLP)! Our new website and blog is a collaboration of shared information, news and resources to help Californians make informed financial decisions and achieve their financial goals. Thank you for visiting