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The high debt and unfunded liabilities have resulted in the state’s rating lagging behind other states, Petek says.
California saw its bond rating rise last year from A to AA-, the highest level the state has had in 14 years.
What can I do if a debt collector calls about an old debt?
Once you receive the notice, send a letter back within 30 days explaining that you are 'disputing' the debt and that you want to 'verify' it. To do this, you may be asked to provide a copy of the verification from the collector, or any information you have that shows the date of your last payment. I finally send them a copy of what capitol one sent me to give to our accountant, I blacked out all pertinate private info like me social security and b date.
Debt collectors must stop trying to collect until they give you verification. a month later Capitol one and Portfolio still trying to collect on that account.
SACRAMENTO — California has come a long way to dig itself out of budget deficits, but the state remains on shaky ground due to nearly 0 billion in unfunded liabilities and debt from public pensions, retiree health care and bonds, financial analysts say.
“Yes, the state’s budget is balanced if you are looking at what they are required to spend cash on this year, but not when you look at their expenses,” said Gabe Petek, a credit analyst with Standard & Poor’s.