Tuesday, August 19th – Live TweetChat: The Finances of the Sandwich Generation

Nearly 50 million middle-aged working Americans are currently caring for both their kids and an aging parent. This generation of caregivers can often feel “sandwiched” between providing both financial and emotional support to their multi-generational family, while juggling their own needs and obligations.

Taking on the role of caregiver can be rewarding and challenging. For example, how do sandwichers manage to keep sight of personal finance goals while caring for loved ones? What is the best way to talk with family about caregiving responsibilities and expectations?

Ally Bank would like to invite you to this month’s TweetChat: The Finances of the Sandwich Generation, co-hosted with Bankrate.com, to discuss the importance of financial planning for current and future members of the sandwich generation.  Tell us how you’re navigating through the pressures of caring for multiple generations, and you’ll have a chance to win one of two $100 Amazon gift cards.

Topic: The Finances of the Sandwich Generation

This month’s TweetChat will discuss how baby boomers can plan financially for a future that may include membership in the sandwich generation and the ways sandwichers can cope with caregiving demands.

How to participate

Use #AllyBRChat and #sweeps to take part in the chat.


Two lucky winners will each receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card.

How to enter to win

RSVP by leaving a comment below with your Twitter handle and your Twitter URL to enter. You must follow @AllyBank@Bankrate and participate in the chat using #AllyBRChat and #sweeps to find out if you are a winner! Two winners will be selected at random from the RSVP list. If a chosen winner RSVP’d but did not attend, a different winner will be chosen.

(Note: Winners must be U.S. residents, age 18 or older. Winners are randomly selected and announced at the end of the chat.)

For our official rules, click here.


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