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Steps to Take if You’re Struggling to Pay Student Loans – HerMoney

From HerMoney, featuring GreenPath's Jeremy Lark, Senior Manager for Client Services. Read the steps to take if you are struggling to pay student loans.  If you are struggling to pay student loans, it can be helpful to understand the financial relief benefits in the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES)...

Make the Most of National Financial Literacy Month 

Typically, in the month of April, GreenPath Financial Wellness recognizes National Financial Literacy Month to highlight the importance of financial literacy in the United States. It’s a time set aside to emphasize healthy financial habits. But this year is far from typical. It’s a time of uncertainty and worry...

Seeking Mortgage Assistance? Check Out These 5 Resources

Many of us are in fast need of mortgage assistance in this time of crisis. Facing financial hardships can cause us to fall behind on monthly mortgage payments. Depending on how severe the financial situation, it is overwhelming and sometimes confusing to understand the available options that could help us keep our...

What to Consider Before Taking a Credit Card Cash Advance

As we look to manage our personal finances during the global COVID-19 crisis, many of us face uncertainty about how to cover costs for monthly living expenses. One “quick fix” that may be tempting is a credit card cash advance, especially in the face of unexpected income loss or other emergency situations. Cash...

Using Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check: 5 Areas to Prioritize to Stay Financially Healthy

Getting the Most out of Your Stimulus Check The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has had a financial impact on millions of Americans. Thankfully, some relief is on the way in the form of a stimulus check. Lawmakers recently passed a stimulus package to combat the economic impact of COVID-19. As part of the bill, those...

Tax Return Not What You Expected?  Here’s What You Need to Know

Are you hoping to get a refund from your 2019 tax return? Many people intend to use their refund as a “forced savings plan” (essentially withholding extra taxes on purpose so that they get a larger refund at the end of the year, instead of being tempted to spend it during the year).  However, 42% of taxpayers who file...

What to Do If Your Credit Score Has Fallen – 5 Tips

Your credit score can affect your life in a lot of ways, from whether you are eligible for a loan or credit card, or qualified for a security clearance. If your credit score has fallen or you want to improve your credit score, these tips can get you started. What is a Credit Score? A credit score uses historical information...

Optimize Your Savings Game: Saving Money at the Grocery Store

You can set yourself up to save in almost every area of your life, from food to shelter and transportation. Whatever your goals are for saving – from finding money in your budget to pay off debt, to building a fund for the next chapter of your life – “bonus” savings on things like your weekly trip to the grocery...

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