GreenPath Financial Wellness adds Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central Oklahoma to its nationwide locations

Farmington Hills, MI - March 30, 2018 – Residents in central Oklahoma will have more access to expanded credit counseling and financial wellness servcies, as GreenPath Financial Wellness aquires Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central Oklahoma (CCCSOK.org).

Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Central Oklahoma is the oldest and largest non-profit credit counseling agency serving the state.  Since its launch in 1967, CCCSOK.org has assisted thousands of families in resolving their delinquent mortgages and reducing credit card debt.

 

Four Tips for Avoiding Scams When Seeking Help with Mortgage Payments

Sometimes unplanned events can make it difficult for homeowners to pay their mortgage. There are many options available to help, but it’s important to get help from the right resources. Many people have been victims of scams when they seek help with mortgage payments. GreenPath Financial Wellness offers these tips for avoiding scams:

GreenPath Financial Wellness launches first nonprofit-FinTech partnership 
to better meet clients’ financial needs

Farmington Hills, MI - December 15, 2017 – GreenPath Financial Wellness, a national nonprofit financial wellness organization, has partnered with EarnUp, an automated loan payment platform, to launch Simple Payment Plan, a convenient service that helps consumers efficiently budget their money, save more, and pay off their debts faster.  This tool is free for the first year, thanks to support from Freddie Mac.

 

Questions to Ask before Setting 2017 Personal Finance Resolutions

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – December 27, 2016) -  It’s that time of year again, when we want to start fresh and new. January 1 has traditionally been the starting point for resolutions, whether you are looking to lose weight, start an exercise program or get a handle on your finances.

 

Don't Get Bit By Zombie Debt this Halloween

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – October 26, 2016) While there will be plenty of witches and ghouls around this Halloween, one thing you will want to steer clear of is zombie debt. Yes, zombie debt. It’s not owing money to a cast member of “The Walking Dead.” It is a real thing...

 

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