GreenPath Financial Wellness
Take Control Of Your Finances. Your Path to a Bright Financial Future Begins Here...
At Electro Savings, we’re committed to helping you achieve your financial dreams. One way we do this is by partnering with GreenPath, a non-profit, credit counseling organization. Together, we provide access to one-on-one financial counseling, debt management services, student loan counseling, housing services and online courses.
Learn more about GreenPath or call them toll-free at (877) 337-3399. Be sure to let them know you are a member of Electro Savings Credit Union so there is no charge*. This is a no-cost value benefit to your credit union membership.
* Several extensive GreenPath services do have a fee, such as for a structured Debt Management Plan (DMP) or Student Loan Re-Payment Plan (SLRP). You will be informed of potential fees for these services in advance.
We have a series of e-courses designed to expand your financial knowledge in a fun and engaging way. Check back often, as more courses are added regularly.
CheckRight Self Study Program
The more knowledge you have about managing your checking account, the more likely you will succeed financially. CheckRight helps you develop important checking skills.
Budget$mart Money Management Tool
Easy to learn and use, Budget$mart is free software program that can help you gain control of your spending and savings by helping you establish a budget.
This online resource includes financial education articles, videos, e-courses, games, calculators and more. Use GreenPath University to start your path toward financial wellness. We hope you will find these tools helpful.
Register today for a free financial webinar presented by GreenPath education professionals. On the third Wednesday of each month, GreenPath presents a different "Webinar Wednesday" topic. Watch a recorded webinar at your convenience.
Next live webinar
Understanding Credit Reports and Scores
Wednesday, February 20
2 p.m. CT
Learn about credit reports and scores. In this 30 minute session you’ll learn:
- What type of information is reported on your credit report.
- How a score is calculated.
- Tips for managing and improving your score.