GreenPath Shares 5 Money-Saving Tips from Mom in Honor of Mother's Day

From smart consumerism to keeping the cash at home, it turns out mom
knew what she was talking about!

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI. – May 1, 2014)  GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide nonprofit credit counseling and education organization, recognizes the importance that mothers play in our lives.  

And while money will be spent on Mother’s Day flowers, candy and gifts this May 11, GreenPath counselors have compiled some motherly advice that has helped make their own lives a bit less expensive.

GreenPath Financial Wellness Acquires Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Greater San Antonio

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – March 25, 2014) — GreenPath, Inc., a nationwide, non-profit consumer credit counseling agency, doing business as GreenPath Financial Wellness, recently announced that it is providing in-person credit counseling, financial education and debt management services in the city of San Antonio, through its recent acquisition of Consumer Credit Counseling Service (CCCS) of Greater San Antonio.

GreenPath Financial Wellness to sponsor 2014 National Youth Saving Challenge

(MADISON, WI. - February 14, 2014) – This year’s National Youth Saving Challenge™ will be sponsored by GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide, non-profit, credit counseling organization. GreenPath’s sponsorship and prize donations will allow the month-long challenge to provide incentives for the nation’s youth to visit their local credit union and save money this April.

Indiana Couple Welcomes 2014 Out of Debt

GreenPath Financial Wellness provides options to tame credit card bills and other debts

(FARMINGTON  HILLS, MI – January 20, 2014) This past Christmas, a couple from Mishawaka, Indiana, was able to breathe a sigh of relief for the first time in years. Financial stress that they had felt for many years eased a bit, allowing them to enjoy the holidays even more.

Quick Tips on Getting Debt Under Control in 2014

GreenPath Financial Wellness shares ways to tame credit card bills and other debts

(FARMINGTON  HILLS, MI – December 19, 2013) The New Year is only a few weeks away, and after the holiday gifts and decorations are packed away, mailboxes will soon be packed with credit card bills.

Build Memories Into Your Holiday Budget and Save this Shopping Season

GreenPath Financial Wellness Shares Five Budgeting and Gift-Giving Tips

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – December 10, 2013) Christmas is only a few weeks away and GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide, non-profit credit counseling and education organization, wants to remind consumers that, amongst all the gift-giving, they should make memories a big part of their holiday season.

GreenPath Financial Wellness Reminds Detroit Pension Holders to Plan Ahead

Priority list includes talking about finances, building a budget

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – December 3, 2013) – As U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes announced today that pensions can be cut for City of Detroit retirees, as part of the Chapter 9 bankruptcy, GreenPath Financial Wellness, a Michigan-based, non-profit credit counseling and education organization, reminds pension holders that they need to have a plan in place, in case their monthly income is reduced.

'Tis the Season: Keep an Eye on Your Credit Cards and Budgets While Shopping

Protect your identity and pocketbook, whether you are in-line or on-line

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – November 25, 2013) – This holiday season will have the traditional masses of shoppers taking to area malls and stores, while many will opt to shop online from their couch. Whichever way you choose to shop, GreenPath wants to remind shoppers that identity thieves could be lurking, waiting for a slip-up and an opportunity to steal their identity.

How will food prices impact your holiday dinner table?

Shoppers may be surprised at savings; Build a list and stick to a budget

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI - November 20, 2013) - While November means getting ready for holiday dinners and other parties, people might have to budget a little more for food this year. The American Farm Bureau Federation recently released their Semi-Annual Marketbasket Survey, concluding that shoppers are paying slightly more for food items at the grocery store compared to the first half of 2013.