GreenPath Financial Wellness

Your Path to a Bright Financial Future Begins Here…

As a valued member of Journey Federal Credit Union , we are committed to serving you. As a benefit of your membership, we are providing you with access to money management and financial education services.


With GreenPath, you have free access to money management and financial education services.
GreenPath is a non-profit company that partners with you to achieve your financial goals.
You can receive assistance with:

  • Personal and family budgeting
  • Understanding your credit report and how to improve your score
  • Money management
  • Debt repayment
  • Avoiding bankruptcy, foreclosure and repossession

GreenPath is a nationwide, non-profit financial organization that assists consumers with credit card debt, housing debt and bankruptcy concerns. Their customized services and attainable solutions have been helping people achieve their financial goals since 1961. Their compassionate, professional credit counselors are committed to helping members solve your financial problems and achieve their financial goals. Through debt counseling, debt management and financial education, GreenPath works with you to explore options and help you select the debt relief strategy that’s best for you.

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Free Budgeting Software

BudgetSmart is a new and exciting software program now available on our website. This easy-to-use software tool uses simple graphics, "pop-up" boxes and bar charts to help you manage your money more effectively. You can use the program to:

  • Establish a budget
  • Track spending
  • View tips for improving areas of overspending or inadequate saving
  • Experiment with "what if" scenarios to determine how a major purchase or change in income would impact your budget

Download BudgetSmart


Click on the Budget Smart logo to download the program to your computer FREE of charge, and you're on your way to creating your own personalized budget!


Personal Finance Videos

The web video series targets the entire financial lifecycle and the situations that can impact your finances during each one of them. The helpful advice is relevant to everybody — youth, those in their middle years, and those planning for retirement.

Each program focuses on what you can do to implement your own sound financial management plan. Because money management is a life-long activity, good habits in handling our finances can’t start too early. Nor can they ever end, regardless of our age.
 

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