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All Consumer Action publications are available online, with most also available as a PDF download. Government agencies, nonprofits and other community-based organizations who wish to distribute our publications for educational purposes can use the PDF file to instantly produce a professional-looking brochure using an office printer.

Library of Korean Publications, Sorted by Date

IP Transition: Making the Switch (Korean)

Library: Korean | IP Transition: Making the Switch (Korean) The next communication evolution.

This fact sheet explains what Internet-based (IP) telephone service is, why the transition away from traditional (copper-based landline) phone service is happening and what advantages this type of connection offers for consumers. The brochure also explains consumers’ service options and how they can make a smooth transition.

Filed Under: Telecom on Jan 30, 2015

Checking and savings accounts (Korean)

Library: Korean | Checking and savings accounts (Korean) A wise choice.

This fact sheet presents the basics of checking and savings accounts, highlighting the advantages they offer over “fringe” banking services such as check cashers. The publication covers, among other topics, how checking and savings accounts work, how to choose a financial institution and open an account, and how to reduce or avoid account fees.

Filed Under: Banking Money Management on Feb 03, 2014

You Can Buy a Home - The keys to homeownership (Korean)

Library: Korean | You Can Buy a Home - The keys to homeownership (Korean) .

Buying a home is one of the most important purchases you’ll ever make. In this brochure, we cover key topics for potential homeowners, including preparing to buy a home, predicting homeownership costs, finding the right home, shopping for a mortgage and making an offer.

Filed Under: Housing Buying a Home Home Financing Mortgages on Aug 13, 2013

Health Records Privacy in California (Korean)

Library: Korean | Health Records Privacy in California (Korean) 의료정보 전산화로인한 개인정보 보호하기.

This fact sheet provides an introduction to electronic health records and your health information privacy rights. To learn more, refer to the companion resource, Health Records Privacy in California: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions, which provides additional information in a Q&A format.

Filed Under: Medical/Healthcare Privacy Rights on Jul 09, 2013

Teens & Money - Talking to teens about money (Korean)

Library: Korean | Teens & Money - Talking to teens about money (Korean) .

This 21-page booklet is designed primarily for parents but may also be useful for older teens. It covers many topics, including working, budgeting, figuring out if a purchase is a “need” or a “want,” banking, writing checks, savings, credit cards, credit reports, driving and cell phones. The booklet contains illustrations and examples of a weekly spending evaluation, a paycheck stub, how comparison shopping can save money and how to write a check. It also contains a list of helpful web sites for parents and kids.

Filed Under: Money Management on May 10, 2013

Cell Phone Savvy (Korean)

Library: Korean | Cell Phone Savvy (Korean) How to avoid problems with your wireless device and service .

This publication provides information on how to avoid problems with your wireless device and service.

Filed Under: Telecom Wireless on Jun 26, 2012

Prepaid Cards (Korean)

Library: Korean | Prepaid Cards (Korean) An alternative to credit and debit cards.

Learn how reloadable prepaid cards are different from other forms of “plastic,” how to select the best prepaid card for your needs, how to reduce card costs and how to manage your card account wisely.

Filed Under: Banking Credit Money Management Prepaid Cards on May 08, 2012

Know the Signs of Housing Discrimination (Korean)

Library: Korean | Know the Signs of Housing Discrimination (Korean) .

The denial of housing opportunities because of race, color, religion, sex, nationality, familial status or disability is housing discrimination, and it’s illegal. You can recognize if you are a victim of housing discrimination—and protect your rights—if you know what actions by landlords, sellers, lenders and others are against the law.

Filed Under: Housing Buying a Home Discrimination Mortgages Tenant Rights on Feb 07, 2012

Filing a Housing Discrimination Complaint (Korean)

Library: Korean | Filing a Housing Discrimination Complaint (Korean) .

Fair housing laws protect renters and buyers from discrimination. If you believe you were a victim of housing discrimination, you have the right to file a housing discrimination complaint with HUD. Understanding the complaint and resolution process will help you weigh your options and take action.

Filed Under: Housing Discrimination Home Financing Housing Insurance Mortgages Tenant Rights on Feb 07, 2012

Connect to California LifeLine and Save! (2020) (Korean)

Library: Korean | Connect to California LifeLine and Save! (2020) (Korean) Discounted telephone service can help your family stay in touch.

California Lifeline provides discounts on basic residential telephone service to eligible low-income households. Consumers who qualify for California Lifeline pay a fraction of the regular cost for telephone connection and monthly local telephone service. This brochure explains the features and benefits of Lifeline phone service, how to apply for the program, and what you must do to continue participation.

COVID-19 참고 : 감염병 유행 중 프로그램 참가자 및 신청자가 라이프라인 할인 혜택을 잃게 되는 것을 방지하기 위해 캘리포니아 공공 시설위원회 (California Public Utilities Commission [CPUC])는 적어도2020년 6월 30일까지는 일부 가입 및 갱신 요건을 일시적으로 중단했습니다. COVID-19 위기의 진행 상황에 따라 CPUC는 프로그램 혜택의 지속적인 제공을 보장하기 위해 갱신 요건 중단 기간 연장 및/또는 그 밖의 다른 조치를 시행할 것을 고려할 것입니다.

Filed Under: Internet Telecom on Dec 07, 2011


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