Monthly Archives: May 2013

Debt pay-off options: Less now or alot later?

(Jane McNamara, GreenPath president and CEO, authors a credit advice column “Let’s Talk Credit” with http://www.creditcards.com, answering weekly questions on credit and debt. This week, Jane discusses payment options on credit card debt.) Dear Let’s Talk Credit: I have a … Continue reading

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Don’t get too caught up in the coupon clipping craze

Guest blog by Andrew Johnson, GreenPath communications manager We all want to save and coupons can offer real savings at the grocery store. However, getting caught up in the coupon clipping craze can cost you. Yes, saving .50 or $1 … Continue reading

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GreenPath column: Help! Sneaky sis used my credit card and damaged my credit.

(Editor’s note: Jane McNamara, GreenPath president and CEO authors a credit advice column “Let’s Talk Credit” with http://www.creditcards.com, answering weekly questions on credit and debt.) Dear Let’s Talk Credit, My sister used my credit card without my knowledge. I had … Continue reading

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Give the gift of personal finance this Mother’s Day

The National Foundation for Credit Counseling (NFCC) recently surveyed peoples’ opinions of their mother’s personal finance skills.  An overwhelming majority, 67 percent, saw their mother as either someone who is intimidated by money, views managing money as a necessary evil, … Continue reading

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“Let’s Talk Credit” column – Debt pay-off choices: Less now or alot later

(Recently, GreenPath President and CEO Jane McNamara started writing a column for CreditCards.com on credit and debt issues. The first column appears below.) Dear Let’s Talk Credit, I have a credit card balance of $6,500 that I had been making … Continue reading

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