Help your children develop healthy savings habits that will serve them throughout life by opening a USSFCU Youth Savings Account!
Savings accounts for kids offers far more value than a place to deposit money. By giving kids the experience of depositing money into their account and then watching the numbers increase as they make more deposits, they are able to see, feel and experience the benefits of financial addition.
With USSFCU's free, dividend-bearing account, children can watch their savings grow. USSFCU Youth Savings Accounts make it easy for friends and family to contribute to children’s savings goals or reward them for achieving personal milestones!
- Available to young savers up to 18 years in age
- Competitive dividends earned on account balances
- No service fees
- Free online, mobile, telephone banking, and eNotices*
- Easy-to-use deposit options for family and friends
- A $5 minimum balance to open
100+ Interactive, Game-Based Lessons
In this period of increased remote learning EVERFI, our partner in financial education is offering FREE digital learning tools for students! These self-paced digital lessons cover topics like financial capability, career exploration and character development in a fun game-like format! Click Here to Access.
Unique Resources for Teaching and Engaging Young Savers
Many parents wonder how they can teach kids about money and where to find age-appropriate resources online. Here are some fun resources and websites to explore:
Biz Kid$ “Where kids teach kids about money and business”
Biz Kid$ is an educational television show that teaches financial education and entrepreneurship to kids and teenagers. It uses sketch comedy, spoofs of old TV shows and movies, parodies, silly antics and young actors to explain basic economic concepts. Show Clips
Color your own coins with coloring sheets from the U. S. Mint. Color
Give your brain a workout with these fun games from Visa. Play
Calculate the possibilities with these fun financial calculators.
Youth Savings Accounts (YSA) available for children up to 18, or 21 if designated, years in age based on the District of Columbia Transfers to Minors Act. A $5.00 minimum deposit and one-time membership fee of $1.00 is required to open a YSA. Minor identification required. YSA may be established from another share account as a joint account with an adult, or as a custodial account. YSA can be established as a custodial account under the Uniform Gift to Minors Act or the Uniform Transfer Minors Act. *Data carrier rates may apply. The third-party resources listed above are for educational purposes only and not intended to be an endorsement by USSFCU.