Understanding the Difference Between Debt Settlement and Debt Management

If you’re trying to manage credit card payments and other debt in a challenging time, it’s helpful to get some background information to consider the best approach that works for you.

To help you weigh your options, shared here is an overview to highlight the difference between two approaches: debt settlement and debt management.

People Behind GreenPath – Empathy Powered Financial Education

Connecting people with information that empowers, while working to understand and respect each person’s unique perspective, is what powers GreenPath’s Learning Experience Specialist, Alexandra Cisneros. This passion and dedication was recently honored with a National Foundation of Credit Counselors (NFCC) 2021 Award of Excellence as finalist for Financial Educator of the year.

Make it a Happy Holiday Budget

Conversations continue about rising prices and potential product shortages during the holidays, which might put a dent in your holiday budget. Does more money increase the merriment? Affirm research shows that 48% of 2,000 surveyed consumers intend to spend more money on the 2021 holidays due to COVID-19’s impact...

5 Ways to be Part of Giving Tuesday

Another holiday season has arrived, and so has your chance to be part of Giving Tuesday.

The day of service has grown in popularity worldwide since it began in 2012. 

Even as we navigate through the ongoing challenges of COVID, we can take comfort in that the mission of Giving Tuesday has stayed consistent: it is a day set aside to encourage people to do good. 

GreenPath Financial Wellness Employee Recognized as 2021 Outstanding Advocate by the National Foundation for Credit Counseling®

  • November 19, 2021
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: News Releases

GreenPath’s Omari Hall honored for his financial literacy work in Detroit Farmington Hills, Mich. (BUSINESSWIRE) - The National Foundation for Credit Counseling® (NFCC®) proudly honored six individuals and an NFCC Member agency for their accomplishments in pursuit of excellence and promotion of consumer financial...

Money Lessons to Be Grateful For

The holidays are a time to be thankful for family, friends and of course, food and shelter. It's also a time to become more aware of the things in our lives we should be grateful for. While money certainly isn’t everything, it is important. As we work to stay positive and focus on keeping an attitude of gratitude, here...

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