Tuesday, March 25 – Live TweetChat: Women and Finances

This month, we’re celebrating Women’s History Month by discussing women and their relationship with money. Women are earning more and gaining in job status quicker than ever before. With significant influence on household spending, women should feel confident when it comes to their personal finances.

Whether it’s planning and saving for retirement, managing day-to-day spending, or teaching children their first financial lessons, we want to know how money management impacts women. No matter what gender you are, adopting positive financial behaviors is essential to building your wealth. Ally Bank would like to invite you to this month’s TweetChat: Women and Finances, co-hosted with Bankrate.com, to discuss how women can best manage their finances.

Tuesday, March 25 – Live TweetChat: Women and Finances

Topic: Women and Finances

This month’s TweetChat will discuss the relationship women have with money.

How to participate

Use #AllyBRChat to take part in the chat. For a simple way to monitor the conversation, click on over to our Twubs chat room.


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 be following @AllyBank and @Bankrate during the chat 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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