Tuesday, April 23rd: Live Twitter Chat on Teaching Kids the Value of Money

Ally Bank Twitter Chat

April is Financial Literacy Month and Ally Bank wants to do its part to help you and your family better your money management. Join us for our live Twitter chat this Tuesday, April 23 at 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT to share ideas and get tips about Teaching Kids the Value of Money. Plus, RSVP below and you’ll have a chance to win one of two $100 Amazon gift cards!

Here are the details:

Topic: Teaching Kids the Value of Money

As we noted recently, today’s young adults carry much more debt than their parents and grandparents – and they’re having trouble paying it off. To help parents set their kids in the right direction, we’ll cover this and other matters, such as whether an allowance can teach children important financial habits, whether personal finance should be taught to kids in school and teaching the younger generation about retirement savings and much more.

How to participate

Use the hashtag #AllyMoneyChat to take part in the chat. For an easy way to keep track of the conversation, click over to our Twitter chat room


Two Lucky Winners will receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card

How to enter to win

RSVP below by leaving a comment with your Twitter handle and your Twitter URL to enter. You must be following @AllyBank during the chat to find out if you are a winner! Two winners will be selected at random from everyone who RSVPs. If a chosen winner RSVP’d but did not attend, a  different winner will be chosen. (Note: Winners must be residents of the U.S. or Canada, age 18 or older. Winners are randomly selected and announced at the end of the chat.)

For a complete list of rules and regulations, click here.

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    Christopher Anderson

    See you then! I have a lot of questions as a recent college graduate who is realizing I’m incurring a whole lot of debt.

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