Financial and Governance

Financial Pathways of the Piedmont is committed to openness, transparency and accountability, both internally and in our interactions with the communities we serve. This commitment includes maintaining the highest degree possible in ethics and confidentiality with our clients. Financial Pathways also seeks to meet or exceed the standards and requirements put forth by the Internal Revenue Service, Better Business Bureau, United Way, the National Foundation for Credit Counseling, and the Council on Accreditation standards of excellence.

These documents provide additional information about Financial Pathways corporate identity and standards:

501C (3)

990

Annual Report 2011

Annual Report 2012

Annual Report 2013

Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2016

FPP Overview

Foreclosure Infograph

Audit-2014

Board of Directors

By-Laws of CCCS of Forsyth County, Incorporated DBA Financial Pathways of the Piedmont

Council on Accreditation Certificate

Council on Accreditation Letter

Polices and Procedures

Use of confidential information policy

Client’s rights and complaint resolution policy

PQI Plan