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Steps to Financial Freedom—View the FREE Webinar Now4/10/2020

As part of Extra Credit Union's Financial Literacy Month celebrations each April, we usually offer a few free, in-house seminars on various financial-related topics to help our members and those in the community to further them along on their path to financial success.

In order to maintain social distancing during this coronavirus pandemic, though, this year, we're still offering a free seminar, but you'll be able to view it from the comfort of your own home through this webinar, brought to you by our partners at GreenPath financial wellness.

The informational webinar discusses various financial topics, including goal setting, communication, building savings, budgeting, and building and maintaining your credit score. We've also provided a workbook and budgeting worksheet that you can use to follow along during the webinar and to create your own budget.

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More About our Partnership with GreenPath

Extra Credit Union wants you to know you’re not alone if you’re having difficulty paying your bills or staying current on credit cards. We offer our members debt management services, many of which are free, that can bring financial relief.

GreenPath counselors will contact your creditors on your behalf to negotiate concessions and/or work out loan payment agreements. Credit card companies typically will agree to lower your interest, eliminate fees and cease collection activity.

Certified financial counselors are available from 8 a.m.-9 p.m. (EST) Monday-Thursday, from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday and from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday. Call 1-877-337-3399 to speak with a GreenPath representative or visit GreenPath financial wellness for details. Mention you are an Extra Credit Union member.


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