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Burghy Jr. Kids Club 

Let Kids Pig out on Saving Money

Whether we realize it or not, children are learning about money from many sources. Before they even enter school, they have seen adults using money and buying things. They watch television and play games that require the use of money. Ultimately, you are their most important teacher and it's never too early to teach your kids the importance of managing money and saving for their future. 

Benefits of being in the Burghy Jr. Kids Club:

  • Perfect for kids 12 years and younger
  • Open with as little as $5
  • No minimum or maximum balance (No monthly fees either!)
  • Joint ownership for parents, grandparents or guardian
  • UTMA accounts available 
  • Download Burghy Jr., a free app that teaches children good saving and spending habits, encourages giving to others and provides math skills practice. This is the one game you'll be happy to let them play as much as they want! 

Teen Cardinal Club 

The First Step Towards Adulting

Preparing your teen for their future is probably one of the most important things you will do for them. Teens who learn how to be responsible with their money today are more likely to make good financial decisions tomorrow. The Teen Cardinal Club teaches young adults valuable money skills like balancing a checkbook, saving money for their first car and making smart financial decisions that will follow them well into their future. 

Benefits of being a Teen Cardinal: 
  • Members between the ages of 13 and 17 are eligible
  • Open with as little as $5
  • No minimum or maximum balance (No monthly fees either!)
  • Joint ownership for parents 
  • Easily transfer money to your teen from your UFirst account with Online or Mobile Banking

To Open A Youth Account: 

You will need the following to open a youth account: 

  • Your child's Social Security number and Birth Certificate as proof of identity. If your child has a state-issued permit or driver's license, that will serve as a form of identification instead of a birth certificate. 
  • Your ID (Driver's License/State Issued ID Card/Passport)
  • Teens 16 and older may open a checking account

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