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The Greenpath Blog

Stories, discussions, and information that work for people.

Trailer – Bringing Humanity To People’s Money Journeys

We are excited to announce our first podcast, GreenPath Real $tories — Financial Wellness. The podcast shows that our financial lives are more than a number. Our guests will share their money journeys in their own words. Expect authenticity, vulnerability, and a little bit of inspiration. In this special preview episode,...

What Voice Is Driving Your Financial Goals?

Learn to Speak Giraffe: Using Compassionate Communication to Support Your No-Spend November Goals Hello, my name is Maja Reed. In my role as Empathy Coach at GreenPath, I support employees by helping them deepen their use of empathetic and compassionate communication, so that they can achieve greater connection and success...

Money Fix: When is applying for a store credit card a good idea?

  • November 12, 2019
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

Excerpt from Newsday No doubt you’ll look for ways to save money when shopping this holiday season. However, that 15% off, or whatever the sales clerk offers to get you to sign up for a store credit card, may not be a great deal in the long run. Yet, according to new research from CompareCards.com, nearly one in three...

Behaviors Hindering Your Money Management Success

Amy Blacklock works to help others simplify their lives and crack the code on personal finance. Through her website, Life Zemplified,  she provides tips and tools to help others save money and achieve money management success. Here is an article from her blog. Saving money is a pretty simple process. What’s difficult,...

Master Your Money in 3 Steps

Can a spending plan really help you master your money? You might be surprised! Trust us, it’s worth it to block some time on your calendar to take a closer look at your finances. This way, you can take some time to pause and reflect on what you want to accomplish with your money? For example, you may want to save for...

Welcome to No Spend November

Financial tips to help you be more mindful of your spending November brings longer nights, shorter days and a time to reflect on all that we are grateful for. It’s also the perfect time to shift our mindset about money and re-evaluate our financial situation. That’s why GreenPath Financial Wellness is bringing back...

Creating a New Model for Financial Education

This story is part of a series that spotlights our employees here at GreenPath. We hope these stories will give you a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their daily lives, and how they strive to make an impact by helping people improve their financial wellness. Today's story is about Chris Dlugozima, Learning Experience Designer. In...

GreenPath Financial Wellness receives $2.1 million in housing counseling grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

  • October 24, 2019
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: News Releases

National nonprofit organization will utilize housing counseling grants to help people obtain and retain the American dream FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich. (October 11, 2019) – GreenPath Financial Wellness, a national nonprofit organization that provides financial counseling, education and products to empower people to lead...

College grads average $32,158 in debt in Michigan. Here’s what some didn’t know

  • October 18, 2019
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

Excerpt from Detroit Free Press About that thing called 'interest' College grads receive a six-month grace period before they have to start paying down student loans. Getting a diploma in May means many will begin to repay those loans in November. But if you have unsubsidized federal student loans, the interest keeps...

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