Join @AmericaSaves for a #BigTicketSavings Twitter Chat Tomorrow

Get social with @AmericaSaves! In celebration of our latest partner packet, we will be hosting a Twitter chat tomorrow afternoon.

You can find us on Twitter using hashtag #BigTicketSavings tomorrow (Tuesday) at 12 pm PT/3 pm ET.

 Questions for Discussion:
  • Q1. Have you saved for a large purchase recently? If so, what is/was it?
  • Q2. What challenges are/did you face in saving for your large purchase?
  • Q3. Why is it important to make your large purchase a savings goal?
  • Q4. Think about YOUR specific goal. What research will you need to do so you know all the facts?
  • Q5. Why is it important to make a plan for your large purchase?
  • Q6. What are the benefits of automating your big ticket savings goal?
  • Q7. What are other means for boosting savings toward your goal?
  • Q8. What are your top #savingstips for finding ways to #save for large purchases?

We look forward to seeing you on the Twitter Chat tomorrow afternoon!


 

Don't forget to download the latest partner packet – Saving for Big Ticket Items. The packet includes a sample article for use in newsletters, blogs, and other publications; social media content; and relevant sources.

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