You eat local, you shop local, why not bank local? That’s the idea behind ICBA’s Go Local initiative, inspiring consumers and businesses alike to re-invest in their own communities through their local community bank.
Join ICBA today at 2 p.m. for a Twitter chat focusing on best practices to help consumers accomplish their personal finance resolutions in 2014.
Guest tweeters will include Terry Jorde, former N.D. community banker and senior executive vice president and chief of staff at ICBA; the National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy; Bankrate; Practical Money Skills for Life; America Saves, Wise Bread and award-winning, syndicated Washington Post columnist, Michelle Singletary.
Follow the conversation at #NewYearFinLit and ask your personal finance questions to the expert panel listed above!
Happy new year! With 2014 in full swing, and people sharing resolutions, what are your financial resolutions for the year? Is it to shop locally more? Maybe open a savings account with your community bank? Perhaps it is just to get a better hold of your spending habits. Whatever the resolution might be, we want to hear it!