Monthly Archives: October 2013

Join GreenPath online for Better Money Habits: Understanding Credit – Nov. 4 at 1 pm EST.

On Monday, November 4 at 1 pm EST, join GreenPath, Bank of America and Khan Academy for a Google Hangout called Better Money Habits: Understanding Credit. It will focus on addressing the often complicated world of credit and credit scores … Continue reading

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Are your personal finances making you financially sick?

By Sara Gilbert, GreenPath manager for Colorado and Wyoming A recent Chase Blueprint and Aite Group study of more than 1,200 consumers found that the complexity of one’s personal finances is directly related to their perception of personal financial health. … Continue reading

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Yes, debt collectors have the right to collect, and sue

Jane McNamara, GreenPath president and CEO, discusses debt charge-off and collection agency rights, in her latest “Let’s Talk Credit” column on CreditCards.com Dear Let’s Talk Credit, If your original creditor has charged off your debt and sold it to a … Continue reading

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Facing a Furlough? 5 Fast Personal Finance Tips

 As the US government faces its first day of furloughs, many government workers are facing their first day off without pay. GreenPath Debt Solutions reminds furloughed employees that they need to have a plan in place, when it comes to … Continue reading

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