GreenPath Financial Wellness Applauds Wisconsin Debt Settlement Crackdowns

Five groups operating in Wisconsin violated state licensing; charged large upfront fees

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – June 20, 2012) Recently, the state of Wisconsin filed actions against five debt settlement companies operating in the state. The actions stated, in part, that the companies were not licensed in Wisconsin and each charged large upfront fees, a violation of the Wisconsin Department of Financial Institutions, Division of Banking, requirements.

GreenPath Financial Wellness Offers Free Financial Webinar Wednesdays in June

Topics include expansion of "Making Home Affordable" program, prevent identity theft and more...

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI - June 5, 2012) GreenPath University's Webinar Wednesday has been a hit since its premiere in February with hundreds of people logging on and learning.  June's topics have been released, with the spotlight on a special webinar on government housing programs, hosted by GreenPath's housing department. (All times noon, EST).

GreenPath Financial Wellness Reminds Buyers to Check Their Credit Report Before Auto Shopping

Strong Big 3 May auto sales shows demand, but homework first can help save money on loan


(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – June 4, 2012) – As the Detroit automakers released double digit sales increases for May, it is evident that there is a resurgence in the demand for automobiles. But before you kick the tires or experience that “new car smell,” those looking for a new set of wheels should do some homework first.

GreenPath Financial Wellness Takes Part in Government Housing Counseling Study

Pre-purchase and foreclosure prevention counseling deemed as a positive for individuals and families

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI – May 22, 2012) The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently released two reports on the impact of HUD-approved housing counseling for first-time homebuyers and those struggling to prevent foreclosure.  In both studies, HUD found that the counseling was significantly beneficial for consumers.

GreenPath Financial Wellness Announces National Winner of "Banking Is" Student Survey

Alabama teen wins iPod touch after participating in classroom personal finance program

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI (March 5, 2012) -  GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide non-profit financial organization, providing consumers with financial education in housing, debt management and bankruptcy concerns, recently named Jacob Herring of Piedmont, Alabama, the winner of the 2011 Banking Is Financial Literacy Classroom Survey.

GreenPath Financial Wellness Reminds Consumers about New Credit Report

CoreScore will take new data into consideration; launches March 30

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI (March 5, 2012) - GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide credit counseling organization, reminds consumers that a new credit report will launch in late March that could have an effect on individuals securing new lines of credit

GreenPath Financial Wellness Announces New Cheyenne Office Location

Wyoming office now located in downtown Cheyenne

CHEYENNE, WY (March 1, 2012) -  GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide non-profit financial organization, providing consumers with financial education in housing, debt management and bankruptcy concerns, recently announced a new location in Cheyenne.  

GreenPath Offers Up Low- and No-Cost Valentines Gift Ideas

Financial counselors say gifts from the heart don’t have to cost much

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI (February 2, 2012) -  GreenPath Financial Wellness, a nationwide non-profit financial organization, providing consumers with financial education in housing, debt management and bankruptcy concerns, reminds you that  Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be expensive.

GreenPath Financial Wellness Provides Low- and No-Cost Gift Ideas

Last week has shoppers scrambling for the perfect gift - recipe box, scrapbooks, heirlooms make special gifts

(FARMINGTON HILLS, MI - December 18, 2011) - GreenPath Financial Wellness recently cited the November poll hosted on the National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) website, www.DebtAdvice.org, where forty percent of respondents do not intend to spend any money on holiday purchases, as they anticipate experiencing further financial distress in the future.

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