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Category: Budgeting

It’s Never to Early too Make a Financial Plan for Your Future

For Financial Literacy Month, The Council for Economic Education (CEE) asked elementary, middle and high school students to explain how economics and personal finance can make a difference in their lives. Here’s what they had to say! Watch this video below from the Council For Economic Education. GreenPath is Here...

Love, Money and You! 3 Steps to Practicing Financial Self-Care this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is here, and love is in the air!  As you celebrate the love you share with that special someone in your life, be sure to also set aside some time to tend to another very important relationship —your relationship with yourself. Otherwise known as self-care, a commitment to your personal needs can...

Affected by the Government Shutdown? Here’s What You Need To Know.

Over the weekend, the partial government shutdown passed its 22nd day, making it the longest shutdown in history. Of the about 800,000 federal employees affected, nearly 380,000 have been furloughed (given a leave of absence) and the remainder continue to work without pay. While most people affected by the shutdown are...

Give Yourself the Gift of Less Financial Stress: A Budget Plan for a Healthy, Happy You

  • December 18, 2018
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Budgeting

Can making a budget really make you feel better about life? You might be surprised! One of the most powerful things you can do to relieve uncertainty and financial stress is to take a step back and make a plan. A budget can help you figure out how to meet both your short and long-term financial goals. Think about it like...

Day 21: Giving To Others Makes Us Happy

Generosity & Gratefulness Lead To Happiness Everyone talks about "paying it forward," and researches seem to agree that if you give more, you'll get more. Money can buy happiness when you spend it on someone else. Several studies show that giving to others makes us happy. If you're on a budget, you may be relieved...

Part 2- Day 10: Pay Off Your Debt

You did it! Now that you understand your options for dealing with debt, it’s time to make a plan for being debt-free! Two of the most popular methods for paying off your debt are the Snowball Method and the Avalanche Method. The Snowball Method means paying off your smallest debts first. This creates a sense of motivation...

Day 9: Smart Spending With Groceries

Achieving your financial wellness goals start with setting realistic expectations.  When it comes to basic necessities such as groceries, cutting out spending is not going to be an option.   However, there are steps we can take to make sure we are practicing smart spending habits for greater savings without sacrificing...

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