Let’s face it. Life is a challenge. As the saying goes, just when you’re about to make ends meet, someone moves the ends. While it can be a struggle to pay bills, make the rent payment and provide food and clothes for the family, we keep on doing our best.
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Ultimately, the life we want—a better place to live, enough money to pay our bills and fewer concerns about finances—is possible if we keep focused on our goals.
That’s where Detroit’s Money Smart Week can help. I’m learning that my years of bad spending habits are not going to change overnight. Why not participate in a FREE program that will help me manage money sot that money doesn’t mange me!
About Money Smart Week
- Money Smart Week® is a national financial literacy public awareness campaign sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago to help individuals of all ages manage their personal finances.
- Money Smart Week runs from now through April 27, 2013.
- More than 130 free Money Smart Week® events will be hosted throughout Michigan on topics ranging from saving for college and managing student loan debt to budgeting and retirement. Ally is teaching 14 classes in Detroit.
- Money Smart Week® events are hosted by partner organizations including financial institutions, libraries, government agencies, media companies and nonprofits.
- Event information is available and searchable by state, county or zip code at www.moneysmartweek.org or you can visit www.allywalletwise.com to find the Wallet Wise classes taking place during Money Smart Week.
“Ally’s Wallet Wise curriculum is a natural fit for Money Smart Week 2013,” said Gina Proia, Ally chief communications officer and head of community relations. “Since the launch of our Wallet Wise program in 2011, more than 27,000 people have attended our free financial literacy sessions and we look forward to reaching even more consumers in the Detroit during Money Smart Week this year.”
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About Ally Financial:
Ally Bank, the company’s direct banking subsidiary and member FDIC, offers an array of deposit products, including certificates of deposit, savings accounts, money market accounts, IRA deposit products and interest checking. Ally’s Commercial Finance unit provides financing to middle-market companies across a broad range of industries.
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