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Our Favorite Financial Life Hacks

[ 0 ] May 29, 2018 |
Our Favorite Financial Life Hacks

The journey to financial wellness is one filled with all sorts of new discoveries. Once you commit to turning your financial life around, you’ll discover more about yourself, such as your true needs and wants. You’ll also figure out some interesting and simple cost saving strategies—or life hacks—that you can carry with you for life. […]

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Financial Literacy for Kids

[ 2 ] May 15, 2018 |
Financial Literacy for Kids

As part of our Financial Literacy Month blog series, and in celebration of Take Your Child to Work Day, we’re talking about ways to educate children about finances. Remember, it’s never too early to start teaching kids about money. Good skills, that are learned at an early age, can have a lasting impact for the […]

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Stress and Spending

[ 0 ] March 30, 2018 |
Stress and Spending

As we move deeper into 2018, the magic of the holiday may have worn off, and many of our New Year’s resolutions are becoming faded memories. The pace of our working lives becoming more and more accelerated, stress can start to take its toll on us emotionally. HOW STRESS IMPACTS SPENDING According to a joint study […]

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Become Financially Fit in 2018

[ 0 ] January 9, 2018 |
Become Financially Fit in 2018

Now that the Christmas season is behind us, the focus turns to 2018 resolutions. While many of us vow to eat better and get on the treadmill to improve our physical health, have you thought about your financial health in the New Year? Consider some statistics: A Consumer Financial Protection Bureau study found that seven out […]

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Overspending has become as American as Apple Pie (But it doesn’t need to be!)

[ 0 ] August 17, 2017 |
Overspending has become as American as Apple Pie (But it doesn’t need to be!)

If you overspend, you are not alone: the average American spends $1.33 for every $1 earned. Our spending habits have become so routine that we often forget the ways we are spending money on unnecessary things. Here are some tips to break bad habits, and set you up to achieve financial success. 1. Automate your […]

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Spring Cleaning Your Finances

[ 0 ] April 17, 2017 |
Spring Cleaning Your Finances

By Andrew Johnson     GreenPath Communications Springtime means opening the windows, sweeping out the dust from over the winter and starting anew. It is also the opportune time to clean out your wallet or purse, that junk drawer full of receipts and those overflowing file cabinets. But where to begin? Sweep it Go through your wallet […]

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Financial Tips by Age Group

[ 0 ] May 17, 2016 |
Financial Tips by Age Group

By Katie Bossler, GreenPath Personal Finance Counselor There are two “golden rules” in personal finance that apply, regardless of how old you are: 1) live within your means, and 2) look forward to the future and save for it. These are two very simple concepts, but very powerful. If actually applied to your everyday life, they can mean […]

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Spring Clean Your Way to Savings

[ 0 ] May 9, 2016 |
Spring Clean Your Way to Savings

Springtime means opening the windows, sweeping out the dust from over the winter and starting anew. It is also the opportune time to clean out your wallet or purse, that junk drawer full of receipts and those overflowing file cabinets. But where to begin? Sweep It Go through your wallet and purse and fish out any receipts you may have […]

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