Sharing Success Stories: How Knowing the Options Helped These Households Avoid Eviction

Having a safe and secure place to live is important to every household, and takes on a new meaning for those facing financial hardship. Changes to a family’s financial stability might involve temporary layoffs or unexpected reductions in family income, especially in this time of unprecedented economic impacts from...

Money Concepts for Teens and Young Adults – Recorded Webinar

ON DEMAND - VIEW NOW: Financial success is a lifelong endeavor with many goals to achieve along the way. Even as adults, it can be challenging to make sense of our priorities and navigate all of the financial information thrown at us. For your older teens and young adults, it may be doubly confusing. Helping your kids...

7 Tips to Get Smart About Credit

It’s National Get Smart About Credit Day – a great opportunity to assess your financial situation and make a plan to move forward. If you are dealing with credit and debt, you aren’t alone. The average American household has an average balance of about $6,600 in credit card debt, and that’s not taking...

Helping Hispanic Americans affected by COVID-19 manage finances – WXYZ TV Detroit

As we recognize Hispanic Heritage Month, WXYZ TV Detroit shares the resources GreenPath provides to guide Hispanics impacted by the COVID crisis. Visit WXYZ TV for full coverage. The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected the physical and financial health of Hispanic Americans. African American and Hispanic...

5 Questions About the Payroll Tax Holiday

As the Pandemic continues, there has been a lot of news about economic stimulus programs issued by the U.S. government. The laws are meant to keep the economy as healthy as possible during this challenging time. One stimulus program you might have heard about a month or so ago, called “The Payroll Tax Holiday,” puts...

What do You do After the Foreclosure Notification Arrives?

Sometimes life can take unexpected turns… and things can go in surprising directions when it comes to household finances. That was the case for Victoria and Jeff.   Several unexpected financial situations were throwing off the couple’s budget, leading them to lean heavily on their credit cards, as well...

My Mortgage Forbearance Has Ended. What’s Next?

Mortgage Options after a Forbearance Calling your lender to discuss your options can feel intimidating and yet the more you are in contact with them the more likely you are to get a resolution in your interest. This self-directed, online course aims to equip you with the tools to make this process a little easier. The...

How is Your Credit Score Calculated?

Ever wonder how your credit score is calculated? It is a common question and can be helpful to explore. Your credit score is a number based on a formula using the information in your credit report. The result is an accurate forecast of how likely you are to pay your bills.   Your Credit Score Considers...

How to Manage Expenses Using Simple Budgeting Guidelines

Exploring ideas on how to manage expenses? Some simple guidelines can help on your journey to financial health. As outlined in the video above, it is helpful to look at simple budgeting guidelines, to see if they will work for you and your household. The Place to Start To get the process going, many people find...

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