HUD Awards $40M in Housing Counseling Grants – Reverse Mortgage Daily

Excerpt from Reverse Mortgage Daily details HUD housing counseling grant awarded to GreenPath Financial Wellness The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) awarded nearly $40 million in counseling grants to agencies across the country, including GreenPath Financial Wellness, According to the HUD announcement,...

Paying your bills during the pandemic – News 4 San Antonio, Texas

Gladys Coward of GreenPath Financial Wellness shares insights about how to prioritize bills in the midst of financial challenges. News 4 WOAI San Antonio, Texas focuses on consumer information as part of their regular broadcast.   The news outlet recently shared a consumer segment on what to consider when paying bills...

Credit Card Hardship Programs: How they Work, How to Qualify – Creditcards.com

From creditcards.com, Jeffrey Arevalo, financial expert at GreenPath Financial Wellness, provides details about credit card hardship programs. Credit card hardship programs are designed to help consumers through a tough financial time, with protections for anyone who might otherwise default. To figure out what steps...

The Ins and Outs of a Credit Card Charge-Off – Creditcards.com

From creditcards.com, Jeffrey Arevalo, financial expert at GreenPath Financial Wellness, shares what a credit card charge-off means to borrowers. In today’s economic climate, more people find themselves unable to make monthly credit card payments. If payments are missed for a few months, creditors might decide that...

One Side Effect of the Virus: Free Credit Reports Each Week – The New York Times

GreenPath's President and CEO Kristen Holt is featured in The New York Times about new options to obtain free credit reports, which are now available weekly during the pandemic crisis. The economic turmoil caused by the coronavirus has prompted a helpful — if temporary — change in the window that Americans have into...

Mortgage Relief That Comes With a $4,000 Bill – The New York Times

A GreenPath client is featured in The New York Times as she shares her journey seeking mortgage relief during a time of challenge. Borrowers with privately held mortgages don’t have the same options as those with government-backed loans. Some are being told they can skip payments, if they make them up all at once. The...

Financial help available for gig workers during crisis – Scripps National News

Scripps National News features GreenPath Executive VP of Strategy, Rick Bialobrzeski on financial help available for gig workers during COVID-19 crisis    With unemployment rising, many workers are pivoting to the gig economy. Independent workers or those who are newly unemployed and looking to get into...

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)...

How to Pay Rent When You Can’t Afford It – NerdWallet

  • May 6, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Media Coverage

From NerdWallet, featuring Jeffrey Arevalo, Financial Wellness Expert on options for those struggling to pay rent.  If you are dealing with an emergency and scrambling to pay rent, the website NerdWallet suggests taking the following steps before resorting to high-interest loans.  Explore Free Options First  Some...

4 Things to Consider before Taking a Credit Card Cash Advance; Plus Some Alternatives – Business Insider

Excerpt from Business Insider, featuring Jeremy Lark, Senior Manager of Client Services for GreenPath Financial Wellness.  The publication Business Insider featured insight from GreenPath Financial Wellness about the pitfalls of taking a cash advance from a credit card.  With record-breaking national unemployment...

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