Archive for October, 2011

Thank You For Helping Ally Win a Forrester Groundswell Award

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October 28th, 2011 at 11:00 am by Ally

Over the past year, we’ve really enjoyed the conversations we’ve had with you in social media. Whether you read and comment on our Straight Talk Blog, share your stories with us on Facebook or send us your questions and ideas on Twitter, your participation is what makes our social media efforts so rewarding. Because of… read more

Giving Financial Assistance to Your Retirement-Aged Parents

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October 26th, 2011 at 1:49 pm by Ally

Family conversations about money often times involve the parents educating their children about money. But for some of us, there comes a day when these traditional roles are reversed, and the adult children find themselves helping their parents figure out their finances. AOL’s DailyFinance looks at what to do if you find yourself needing to… read more

Ally Mobile Banking: Answering Your Questions

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October 25th, 2011 at 8:00 am by Ally

Ally mobile banking will arrive in 2012, and we know many of you are eager to learn more. Here, we’d like to answer some questions we’ve received and give you more insight into the upcoming Ally mobile experience. What can I expect during the first phase of the Ally mobile rollout? We’ll be rolling out… read more

Ally Makes Banking Even Easier With eCheck Deposit

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October 19th, 2011 at 10:55 am by Ally

Last spring, we began a phased rollout of eCheck Deposit, a quick, safe and convenient way to deposit checks into your Ally Online Savings, Interest Checking or Money Market accounts. We’re happy to announce that starting today, eCheck Deposit is available for all of our customers to use. Like our upcoming mobile banking application, eCheck… read more

5 Things You Need to Know If You’re Getting a Late Start on Retirement Saving

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October 18th, 2011 at 4:09 pm by Ally

A study released earlier this year claimed that roughly 34 percent of Americans have nothing saved for retirement. That number has increased since 2009, when the rate was just 30 percent. In an uncertain economic climate, some of us put retirement planning on the back burner. But doing that can be quite costly, especially when… read more

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