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Andrew K. Johnson
Communications Manager/GreenPath Financial Wellness
GreenPath Financial Wellness offers new webinar on kids and financial literacy
Hour-long discussion set for Oct. 10 at noon EDT; Free sign-up online
(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – October 5, 2012) On Wednesday, October 10 at noon, EDT, GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide, non-profit credit counseling organization, will present a new online webinar, offering tips to help parents introduce kids to the concepts of budgeting and personal finance, and the responsible use of money.
The free webinar “Teaching Kids Financial Literacy” will provide an hour-long look at practical tips on how to incorporate valuable lessons about money and kids into everyday life. Time is allotted for questions and answers at the end of the program.
“It's never too early to start teaching your kids the basics of finances,” said Megan Bridgett, GreenPath training manager. “Since many school curriculums are lacking in this area, it's important to get started at home.”
The program is part of GreenPath’s Webinar Wednesday, hosted by GreenPath University, the educational arm of GreenPath Financial Wellness. Individuals can sign-up for this free webinar and learn about other weekly programs, by logging on to www.greenpath.org and clicking on the “Webinar Wednesday” link.
GreenPath Financial Wellness is a nationwide, non-profit financial organization that assists consumers with credit card debt, housing debt and bankruptcy concerns. Their customized services and attainable solutions have been helping people achieve their financial goals since 1961. Headquartered in Farmington Hills, Michigan, GreenPath operates more than 55 branch offices in Michigan, New York, New Hampshire, Colorado, Florida, Texas, Vermont, Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Arizona and Wyoming. GreenPath also delivers licensed services throughout the United States over the Internet and telephone. GreenPath is a member of the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) and is accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA). For more information, visit www.greenpath.org.