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Encouraging children to save is one of the greatest gifts you can give them. Start when they’re young, so it will become a lifelong habit. TFCU’s SaveAbles Kids Club, for children under 18 (geared to age 13 and younger), is designed to teach them about money and saving while they’re young.
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You know that being a member of the The SaveAbles Kids Club account is a fun way to save money and get cool, free stuff. Right now, you could get even more through Give Back for Kids!
Every month, five kids with a SaveAbles account will have one deposit matched up to $100. Who knew multiplication would be so much fun?
Make your deposit for your chance to win today – It’s all part of our annual Give Back at TFCU!
Open a SaveAbles Kids Club account for your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, so they can get free gifts for every deposit!
Protect your child from identity theft. Children are tempting targets for identity thieves because such theft often goes undetected for years.
With as little as $25, your child could start saving to reach the minimum balance required to open a standard higher-yielding term share certificate.
You can access free and confidential financial counseling and online resources through TFCU’s relationship with BALANCE.
The CUNA Resource Center has financial tips and advice for anything ranging from teaching kids to saving for retirement.
Find the financial coaching program that best fits your needs and enjoy one-on-one assistance with topics ranging from budgeting, credit report review and car buying to purchasing your first home or preventing foreclosure.