Start Saving Automatically: Using automated payments to reach your savings goals

Imagine your future self: you look really good in those sunglasses, you just got a flirty smile from your crush, and things are going pretty great. You hop into your car to head to work, and... Nothing. Car won’t start. Fast forward to the desk at the mechanic shop…your alternator is bad. $800 between you and being...

Give Yourself a Financial Wellness Boost! How to Start Saving Money

1. Pay off your debt as quickly as you can. One reason it’s hard to save money is that once you’ve paid all your bills, there may not be very much left in your paycheck. Take a closer look at what you are paying for: Are you spending your income to pay down a credit card balance? If you are, that means you are paying...

Que Piensa un Acreedor de Mí?

No cabe duda que vivimos en un mundo de negocios. Imagínate que eres dueño de tu propio negocio y puedes hacer lo que mas te gusta y también tener muchas ganancias. Siempre  vas a  optar en una inversión que de más fruto para poder seguir verdad? Esta es la meta para cualquier negocio por que si no lo es segura...

The Lowdown on Credit Counseling. It Might Be Just What You Need!

Featuring Jeff Arevalo, Financial Wellness Expert, who shares what credit counseling is, who can benefit, and how it works. Have you ever wondered if credit counseling might help you? Most of us have never stopped to even think about what credit counseling is unless we find ourselves facing a financial roadblock. But...

TGIF times 5 – How an Extra Paycheck on January 31 Can Get You Out of Debt

Featuring Katie Bossler, Financial Expert & Quality Assurance Specialist with her advice on what to do with your extra paycheck. Did you know there are five Fridays in January? That extra  Friday means that a lot of people will be getting an extra paycheck this month.  “The five-Friday factor could definitely...

Pay Off Your Debt

  • January 5, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Budgeting, Debt

If you are dealing with 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 into account home, auto, and student loans. Paying off your debt isn't always easy, but having a plan can go a long way in achieving your financial goals. Two...

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