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Throughout August, ICBA and the nation’s community banks have been promoting tips and insights on how to talk to children about personal finance management. To this end, ICBA is hosting a Twitter chat on Friday, Sept. 5, that will feature high school-aged students asking their personal finance questions with financial experts and community bankers supplying the answers.

Community bankers are encouraged to join in and tweet their thoughts and insights on the topic since they are frequent advisors and financial literacy experts in their communities.

When: Friday, Sept. 5 from 2-3pm EST
Chat Hashtag: : #YouthFinLit
Host: @ICBA

Guest Tweeters:
Bank of Prairie du Sac
Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin (@BankOfPdS)
ICBA member Bank of Prairie du Sac has proudly served its community since 1916. The bank has been a passionate advocate of youth financial literacy for more than two decades.
Junior Achievement (@JA_USA) Junior Achievement empowers young people to own their economic success. JA reached more than 4.4 million U.S. students in 190,000+ classrooms during 2012-2013.
The National Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy (@NatlJumpStart) Jump$tart is a coalition of businesses and organizations that conduct and support financial education for students.
Practical Money Skills (@PracticalMoney) Follow the tips of the Practical Money Skills for Life team for educator and consumer tips on personal finance.

All other guest tweeters will be added as they’re confirmed.


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