Helping kids and teens gain the skills they need
It’s not about the $5 that your 7-year-old puts into savings. It’s not about the returns that your 16-year-old gets from their savings account. It’s about building strong financial habits that will help your kids and teens find confidence, freedom, and success over the course of their lives.
“My granddaughter loves the Dollar Dog Kids Club. She is learning how to save her money in her own account. They make it fun for her.”Ann, Member since 1995
Frequently Asked Questions
When your child turns 13, the account will turn into a Teen Savings Account.
Kids can get an ATM card with their savings account. If the adult tied to the account opens a related checking account, kids can also get a Debit Card.
Kids Savings Accounts are set up in the child’s name with an adult as a joint owner. In addition to information for the adult as the joint owner, you will need the following:
- An initial deposit of $25
- Child's Social Security number
- Child's birth date
To open a Teen Savings Account, pop by any of our branches and bring:
- Know or bring your social security number
- ID like a student ID or driver's license
- Bring a parent or someone 18 or older
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Youth Savings Account
Savings accounts for kids and teens
The savings account has a number, but the financial skills they learn along the way are hard to put a price on.