Start your child's financial journey off with a great start using a Youth Savings Account!

Teaching your kids about good financial habits is easy with a Youth Savings Account. It gives kids the opportunity to start saving money, making deposits and withdrawals, and teaches them how a savings account can help them earn more money through dividends. Plus, as the parent and joint-owner, you can link your kid’s account to your primary account in order to monitor activity and transfer funds instantly.


How It Helps You

How It Works

  Makes Money

Earns interest at competitive rates

Save Money  Saves Money

No fees, unless account is closed within the first six months

Save Time  Saves Time

Access to account in person, at ATMS nationwide, at Shared Branches nationwide, and on the go using online/mobile banking e-Branch

Convenience  Convenient

Deposits can be made automatically online or through payroll deduction

Peace of Mind  Peace of Mind

Your child’s savings are insured federally by the NCUA for balances up to $250,000

Additional Features


Minimum opening balance $25


Must have a joint owner on the account who is over the age of 18


Unlimited in-branch withdrawals/transfers


6 electronic withdrawals/transfers per month


Free e-Statements

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Connect your child’s account to yours through our online/mobile banking platform.


When your child is ready for a transactional account, you can open their very own Debit/Checking account.

Ready To Open A Youth Savings Account?

Youth Saving Accounts are great tools to teach your child the importance of money management. Visit any branch to open.

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