Financial Pathways of the Piedmont
December 8, 2014
Many Piedmont communities have been deeply hurt by the economic recession and housing crisis. Today, in nearly every indicator of financial health, households in the Winston-Salem area fall below the national average. Many of us teeter on the edge of financial instability. In spite of hard work and their best efforts, families find themselves limited by asset poverty, troubled by bad credit, or threatened with foreclosure. This stresses parents, puts children at risk, and robs seniors of a peaceful retirement. Financial Pathways believes that every individual and family deserves the opportunity to achieve financial well-being.