Topical new concepts plug holes in financial education
PLANTATION, FLORIDA, November 17 – GreenProfit Solutions, Inc. today announced their new article series on Financial Empowerment. Each looks at how a specific product or concept at the credit union can help guide members towards their financial goals and grow economically healthier communities.
This series goes beyond financial education to present real actions for empowerment. Existing products and services can be rethought and repositioned to build value, while reducing the burden on your least financially stable members. The series also looks at where income originates, and if fee-based strategies are truly equitable or necessary.
“Financially, Americans are quite vulnerable. Over half live paycheck to paycheck,” says Joseph Winn, President of GreenProfit Solutions, Inc. and “Credit Union Geek” industry blogger/speaker. “Credit unions are uniquely suited to be empathetic both in words and actions, empowering members while reducing institution risk and growing revenue.”
Initial Financial Empowerment articles are now available on GreenProfit’s Learning Library. Future analyses will arrive per our regular publishing schedule. Topics include:
- Doing is Better – Financial Empowerment Edition
- How Your Checking Account Drives Financial Empowerment
- 5 Must-Do Steps to Protecting Your Members
About GreenProfit Solutions
GreenProfit Solutions, Inc. is the content marketing leader in the financial institution industry and serves many of the nation’s largest CU’s with income and growth solutions.
Their Learning Library is the most comprehensive, honest, unbiased DIY source of FI product, operations, and efficiency knowledge. Under the tagline, “Due Diligence. Made Easy,” it helps educate thousands of industry professionals. Resources including eBooks, White Papers, Videos, and Cheat Sheets address a range of learning styles and content preferences. Financial institution staff take advantage of discussed products, services, and recommendations to improve their member experience and bottom line.
Media Relations Contact:
Keith Winn, COO, Corporate Communications