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financially embarrassed

Euph. broke. I'm a bit financially embarrassed at the moment. Gary found himself financially embarrassed when the time came to pay the bill.
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Alimony is required because under state law, secession must be financially viable for the new city while doing no fiscal harm to the remainder of L.
Clearly, it is critical for us as an industry to find ways to encourage consumers to get better prepared for natural disasters - both physically and financially," said Chris Heidrick, vice president, Personal Insurance, Fireman's Fund(R).
That means the Valley is financially viable as its own city.
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The alimony payments are the amount the new city would have to pay Los Angeles for an undetermined number of years so Los Angeles would not be financially harmed by losing Hollywood.
The report said a city in the San Pedro-Wilmington area could be financially viable if it finds a way to reduce its expenses from the $158 million a year spent in the area by the city of Los Angeles to $110 million a year.
The report stood in contrast to the official report issued last week by consultants for the agency studying secession, which found that a Harbor-area city could not be financially viable if it wanted to continue providing the same level of services to its residents.
Hospitals that follow solid financial principles will remain financially viable in this climate of razor-slim margins.
In a major victory for the secession movement, a landmark study for the county agency overseeing breakup found Wednesday that an independent San Fernando Valley city would be financially viable and its creation would not harm the city of Los Angeles.
The CFI is focused on educating and informing homeowners on proven and stable choices to build their wealth and retire financially secure.
The agency overseeing the study of San Fernando Valley cityhood will release a crucial report today detailing whether secession is financially feasible.
Determinants of the Wife Being the Financially Knowledgeable Spouse," which was funded by a CFP Board grant, investigates differences in married-couple households in which the wife, rather than the husband, is the more financially knowledgeable spouse.
6 million low-income Californians covered by Medi-Cal, the state's Medicaid program, are financially stable and, in fact, are outperforming health plans that do not serve Medi-Cal patients.
As Americans struggle to get financially prepared for retirement, many overlook the fact that they may be ill-prepared to meet the expenses associated with health issues as they age.
They not only must propose the structure of city services, but also find alternatives to proposals the consultants find are not financially viable.