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Give The Gift of Financial Education

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It is never too early to teach money skills. From a $10 birthday present to a $2 allowance, kids can learn how to save, donate, and best spend their ‘earnings’.

Teaching children and young adults about money and various money decisions is preparing them for a better future. Just as elementary, middle, and high school students are learning math and English they should also be learning about money and about saving. At superior Choice Credit Union, we encourage kids and young adults ages 13-17 to open a teen checking account with the help and support of a parent or guardian. This jumpstarts their education and skills on earning, managing, and saving money and will make managing their finances a breeze later in their life. Financial Literacy or the ability to understand and make good money decisions is valuable all throughout life and will be beneficial when they get their first job, car, or head off to college.

Our teen checking account:

  • Two fee reversals allowed while your teen learns to manage a checking account
  • Rolls into a Simple Checking account upon 18th birthday
  • No minimum balance
  • No monthly account fees
  • Cashback at merchants
  • No fee at SCCU ATMs
  • Free online banking

 

VISIT YOUR NEAREST BRANCH TO GET STARTED!

Terms and conditions apply. Membership eligibility required. Teen Checking account rolls into Simple Checking Account upon member’s 18th birthday.

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