Why Parents Feel Pressure to Overspend on Holidays – TIME NextAdvisor

  • November 23, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

TIME NextAdvisor looks at holiday spending pressures, with practical advice from GreenPath Financial Wellness. A sense of “COVID-guilt” could be leading us to overspend this year. After a year defined by its disruption of normal life, parents are feeling the pressure to maintain family traditions this holiday...

COVID Affects Housing For Black Women At Disproportionate Rate – Sheen Magazine

  • November 12, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

As COVID continues, Sheen Magazine looks at the impact black women are facing related to housing.  GreenPath shares guidance and suggested steps to reduce uncertainty. Statistics show black female renters are being hit harder; pay more in rent and endure systematic racism as the COVID crisis continues. Being equipped...

Paying to borrow your own money – Bankrate

Does it make sense to pay to borrow your own money? BankRate asked GreenPath’s Katie Bossler to weigh in.   You may be familiar with the term “passbook loan.” It is a type of loan that uses your savings account balance as collateral. Each institution will have its own terms and conditions which vary widely. Typically,...

Consider These Tips Before Adding an Authorized User to Your Credit Card – Money

  • October 16, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

Money Magazine shares GreenPath's advice when it comes to adding an authorized user to your credit card. View the complete Money article.  Money Magazine highlights the factors to consider if you are feeling generous and want to help out someone with no credit. The article notes that while it is possible to add an...

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...

Aid measures are in limbo as people’s bills are still due – CNBC

Excerpt from CNBC suggests how to navigate the end of COVID-related relief, with insight from GreenPath CEO Kristen Holt. Read the full CNBC article  Even though Congress hasn’t been able to reach a deal on another stimulus package, people still face monthly bills.  With a plan, it is possible to manage due dates...

I ‘Got Serious’ to Pay Off $10,000 in Credit Card Debt – TIME NextAdvisor

  • September 21, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

TIME NextAdvisor article about managing credit card debt includes advice from GreenPath’s financial expert Katie Bossler A 26-year old writer and founder of the blog “Literally Bloke” used credit cards as a back-up plan “whenever I ran out of cash," she said. Scarlett McCarthy developed a habit of supplementing...

Should I combine my mortgage and student loans? – Bankrate

  • September 15, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

Bankrate regularly shares advice about personal finances, and recently looked to GreenPath for our expertise. Financial expert Katie Bossler weighs in. Bankrate looks at whether homeowners paying off student loans should take advantage of current low-interest rates, refinancing their mortgage and using cash to pay off...

Strategies to Pay Bills During COVID-19 – MoneyWise

  • September 2, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

Excerpt from MoneyWise looks at how to make room in your budget amid the pandemic. Featuring Katie Bossler, GreenPath Quality Assurance Specialist & GreenPath Expert The publication MoneyWise puts the spotlight on managing bills during a challenging time. They note that the ongoing coronavirus crisis continues to...

How to Move Forward as COVID Forbearance Relief Meets First Timing Milestones

It’s been several months since lenders and federal agencies started offering COVID forbearance relief assistance programs aimed at giving Americans a break on their mortgages. These relief programs made it possible for many people to stay in their homes while dealing with the financial challenges of the pandemic crisis. Now,...

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