Five Common Reverse Mortgage Questions – Answered

  • May 20, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Blog, Housing

The month of May marks Older American’s Month. It’s our nation’s celebration of the countless contributions that older adults make to our communities. We couldn’t let this month go by without a focus on financial health and wellness of seniors, especially those who are managing the impact of recent financial...

Mortgage Relief That Comes With a $4,000 Bill – The New York Times

A GreenPath client is featured in The New York Times as she shares her journey seeking mortgage relief during a time of challenge. Borrowers with privately held mortgages don’t have the same options as those with government-backed loans. Some are being told they can skip payments, if they make them up all at once. The...

Financial help available for gig workers during crisis – Scripps National News

  • May 11, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: COVID-19, News

Scripps National News features GreenPath Executive VP of Strategy, Rick Bialobrzeski on financial help available for gig workers during COVID-19 crisis    With unemployment rising, many workers are pivoting to the gig economy. Independent workers or those who are newly unemployed and looking to get into...

The Path is Always Greener – Fortune & Entrepreneur

  • January 6, 2020
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: News

Recently, members of GreenPath's Leadership Team were featured in a special section of Fortune & Entrepreneur, "Leading Women in Business: Detroit." Below is an excerpt with a link to the full article: The Path is Always Greener GreenPath's progressive financial wellness program and workplace culture create a unique...

Give Yourself & Your Family the Gift that Keeps on Giving

A GreenPath Debt Management Plan may be just what you need The holidays are a time of joy, bright lights and merriment. It’s easy to get swept up in gift-giving and festivities. Being aware of your spending is important all the time, but especially during the holidays. According to, an estimated 134 million...

Money Fix: When is applying for a store credit card a good idea?

  • November 12, 2019
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: News

Excerpt from Newsday No doubt you’ll look for ways to save money when shopping this holiday season. However, that 15% off, or whatever the sales clerk offers to get you to sign up for a store credit card, may not be a great deal in the long run. Yet, according to new research from, nearly one in three...

Welcome to No Spend November

Financial tips to help you be more mindful of your spending November brings longer nights, shorter days and a time to reflect on all that we are grateful for. It’s also the perfect time to shift our mindset about money and re-evaluate our financial situation. That’s why GreenPath Financial Wellness is bringing back...

College grads average $32,158 in debt in Michigan. Here’s what some didn’t know

  • October 18, 2019
  • By: Greenpath Financial Wellness
  • Category: Blog, College, News

Excerpt from Detroit Free Press About that thing called 'interest' College grads receive a six-month grace period before they have to start paying down student loans. Getting a diploma in May means many will begin to repay those loans in November. But if you have unsubsidized federal student loans, the interest keeps...

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