Start them on the path to smart money management with this exciting package!
It’s widely accepted that children spend in much the same manner as their parents, even into adulthood. That means that you have a great opportunity to teach your children about smart spending and — just as important — smart saving with our KidCents accounts.
KidCents was created for our younger members (12 years and under). Children will receive a basic savings account to watch their savings grow. This account also gives children access to Banzai Jr. that uses real-world situations—like paying unexpected expenses, finding creative ways to earn money, and setting savings goals—to teach young children about managing their own money.
TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT:
Parents or guardians, simply visit any one of our branches and provide:
- Two forms of ID (Drivers license, School ID or Birth certificate)
- A Social Security Number card
- $50 to establish their membership
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