Debt Settlement vs. Debt Management: What’s the Difference?

  • June 18, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Blog, Debt

Credit has become a way of life for Americans.  We depend upon it to buy our homes, cars, education and whatever else we want.  Today, the average American carries a whopping $93,000 worth of debt. It is so much easier to get into debt than out of debt.  Once in debt, the worst thing you can do is ignore it.  Fortunately,...

How to Manage Your Credit Card Bills, Which Experts Say Are Late More Often – New York Times

  • July 9, 2019
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: News

The New York Times recently interviewed GreenPath President & CEO Kristen Holt and GreenPath client Becky Willard for an article on how a growing number of people are having trouble paying their credit card bills. Read how a GreenPath Debt Management Plan helped Becky pay off $40,000 in about five years, saving her about $30,000 along the way.

With credit card debt up 7.5%, next financial disaster could be you – Detroit Free Press

  • March 7, 2019
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: News

Featuring Donna McNeill, Chief Operating Officer and David Flores, Director of Client Services We all seem to be on the lookout for clues that we're on the verge of another widespread financial crisis. The memories from the debacle a decade ago are so bad that no one wants to be caught by surprise again. So many wonder:...

Arranging Your Debts

It's important to arrange your debts and establish a budget and payment plan to reach your goals. In this 45-minute webinar, we will talk about all the ways that you can pay off debt. We will be going over the following options: increasing payments, balance transfer, hardship programs, consolation loan, home equity,...

Debt Settlement

  • July 29, 2017
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Blog, Debt

Debt settlement is a process of negotiating with creditors to accept a percentage of the full amount on debt that is charged off or severely delinquent.

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