Monthly Archives: August 2013

Column – How do I know if I’m a victim of identity theft?

Jane McNamara, GreenPath president and CEO, discusses steps to take if you’re a victim of identity theft, in her latest “Let’s Talk Credit” column on CreditCards.com. Dear Jane How do I find out if someone is using credit in my … Continue reading

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Five Fast Facts to Help Your Credit Score

Here are 5 things you can do to build up your credit score: Pay your bills on time. Use less than thirty percent of your total available credit. An example would be if you have the $1000 of available credit, … Continue reading

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Sharing Money Lessons with Your Kids During Back-to-School Shopping

Guest column by David Flores, GreenPath manager and counselor As many families undertake back-to-school shopping in the coming weeks, GreenPath Debt Solutions reminds parents that it is the opportune time to share some personal finance lessons with their kids. The … Continue reading

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Back-to-school savings start before you leave the house

As many families will venture out over the next few weeks to start or continue back-to-school shopping (see our poll below), GreenPath Debt Solutions reminds shoppers that with some quick planning, you can keep more money in your wallet after … Continue reading

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Where to find, and how to lower, your credit card Prime Interest Rate

Jane McNamara, GreenPath president and CEO, discusses how prime interest rates are set for credit cards and ways to get yours adjusted to a lower interest rate, in her latest “Let’s Talk Credit” column on CreditCards.com. Dear Let’s Talk Credit: … Continue reading

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