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Financial Counseling Services
GreenPath is a trusted national nonprofit since 1961. Through our partnership, everyone who contacts GreenPath receives a free financial counseling session. Let’s make your financial goals happen, together.
Free Financial Resources
Wednesday, July 27 @ 1:00 pm EDT - 1:45 pm EDT
Do you want to teach your child lessons about money? Are you unsure how or when to start? Join us for a panel discussion including parents, youth, and educators for tips on how to start setting your child up for a financially healthy future at any age.
What You Will Learn
- Real life examples of money mentorship in action
- Financial life lessons to share with children
- Tips to set your child up for a financially healthy future
Who Should Attend
- Parents/guardians (invite your child along!)
- Anyone who works with children
- Emily Reed, Manager of Talent Development at GreenPath
- Shamica Joseph, Learning Experience Designer at GreenPath
- Kelly Figueroa, Bilingual Program Quality Assurance Specialist at GreenPath
- Keith Manze, Community Relations Specialist at First Florida Credit Union
- Connor S., high school student
We will record this webinar and send the link of the recording to all registrants after the webinar.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. General financial counseling, including credit counseling, debt counseling are free. Some of our specialized services for reverse mortgage and homebuyer assistance have a fee.
The first general financial counseling session takes about an hour, although it will depend on your unique situation and what you need to accomplish your goals.
One of the first things a counselor will do with you is put together your budget. Having an idea of your income and expenses is helpful. If you have billing statements handy, even better!