Monthly Archives: January 2013

From first-time homebuyer to property tax relief, GreenPath offers housing counseling

Several new announcements were made recently across the Midwest related to housing relief and counseling opportunities. Here is a round-up of recent articles: In the Detroit Free Press, business writer Susan Tompor discussed how Michigan homeowners who faced financial hardships … Continue reading

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What should you do when your paycheck goes down?

By Sara Gilbert, GreenPath manager for Colorado and Wyoming You may notice that your current paycheck is a bit smaller this month, as a result of the expiration of the temporary reduction in Social Security taxes.   This translates into more … Continue reading

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Going to college? Learn about loans through the Office of Federal Student Aid

Colleges will soon start sending out acceptance letters and financial aid packages to eager high school seniors. Shortly thereafter, parents and guardians may start to experience some anxiety as to how they are going to finance that college education. A … Continue reading

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