Top Five Blog Posts (so far!) of 2015

As we are dashing towards the end of 2015, with holiday commercials creeping onto our airwaves, and the same already up in the stores, we’re taking a look back at the top 5 GreenPath blog posts for 2015.

From groceries, to car buying, we covered alot of topics that you showed interest in. Take a look!

Before Hitting the Grocery Store, Learn Some New Money Habits – March 6, 2015
Grocery shopping is a good place to start when trying to keep monthly expenses under control.  Here are a few good habits that you can start to implement right away. Read the blog post here.

Ten Money Tips for Grads, Before they Hit the Interview Office – May 8, 2015
Spring college graduates are currently basking in the glory of wrapping up their degrees this month. However, in many instances, their downtime will be short-lived, as they face even more responsibilities, ranging from landing that first job to preparing to start paying off their student loans. Read the entire blog here.

How To Check Your Annual Credit Report (guest blogger Beverly Harzog) – January 23, 2015
It’s a brand new year! And that makes it a great time to put some credit housekeeping in place for 2015. You should have “Check my annual credit report” near the top of your list. You’re entitled to a free annual credit report from each credit bureau every 12 months. Read the blog here.

Thinking about splurging on a summer vacation with your tax refund? – April 6, 2015
Many who are receiving a tax refund are weighing what to do with it. Plan for a summer getaway? Put it away for the holidays? Splurge? Spend? Save? GreenPath counselor Kathryn Bossler discusses the pros and cons of using your refund for a spring or summer getaway: Read the entire blog here.

The Car Buying Process in Seven Steps – January 9, 2015
The Wall Street Journal recently had an article on car loans stating that “more than 2.6% of car-loan borrowers who took out loans in the first quarter of 2014 had missed at least one monthly payment.” Here’s a few steps consumers should consider if they are shopping for a new or used car. Read the entire blog here.

We’ll take a look at the entire year in December. Stay tuned for posts on keeping your identity safe this holiday shopping season, a discussion on shopping in-store versus online, and the best time to make your charitable contributions.

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