Prosperity Scorecard finds more people living in ‘liquid asset poverty’ Survey of Income and Program Participation, 2013This chart shows the percentages of Liquid Asset Poverty rates, by race and ethnicity. ■ By Mary Ann Morris / Editor While California is typically considered a prosperous state, many families still struggle to get by and don’t have enough savings to weather a three-month financial emergency, according to the 2017 Prosperity Now Scorecard. The report was compiled by Prosperity Now, a Washington, D.C. organization whose goal is to help low-income families and families of color achieve financial security. The report compiled data on five specific areas: financial assets and income, businesses and jobs, homeownership

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