Financial Tools for Success

  • April 7, 2021
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness

April is Financial Literacy Month –  a good time to consider the importance of financial literacy education, especially with the economic uncertainties caused by the ongoing pandemic.

Continuing our series of blogs sharing information as part of Financial Literacy Month, the focus today is on finding the right financial tools for success – whether the resources help us with budgeting, setting financial goals, or managing credit card debt, loans, or other debt.

Check out these financial tools to begin understanding options to figure out your finances.

Financial calculators: A healthy financial future begins with an understanding of a person’s current situation. Online financial calculators help people run the numbers and answer questions related to financing their home or comparing how a debt management plan can help manage credit card debt.

Financial wellness resources: Being able to make healthy financial choices is about having good information at your fingertips. Much of that education is available online, but it’s important to tap into trusted resources. As an example, as a national nonprofit, GreenPath makes available a library of resources including worksheets, guides, educational on-demand webinars about managing finances, online learning experiences to help set a simple spending plan or prioritize expenses, and other educational tools.


Whatever your financial situation, take our 3-minute assessment and we’ll work with you to create personalized steps for moving forward.


Financial counseling and debt management: Teaming with a trusted financial counseling agency gets the right information to help people make the best decisions about their future.

As a national nonprofit, GreenPath Financial Wellness provides free one on one financial advising with certified counselors. You’ll improve your financial literacy education with credit card debt counseling, debt management plans, student loan counseling, housing counseling, foreclosure mitigation, and debt management counseling

Based on a person’s full financial picture, people will understand how to pay down debt, steps to rebuild credit history, tips to create a savings strategy or other specific information to move forward.

Let’s Connect

Financial Literacy Month is a good time to connect with a caring financial counselor to conduct a free financial counseling session.

Which financial tools are right for you? If you are ready to manage, and eventually eliminate, your debt, let’s connect!

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