We know our parents are always looking for ways to help their kids grow so they can be successful not only on the field but in life!
Do you know when you should start teaching kids about money?
The sooner the better. Research shows that children as young as 3 begin to understand the concepts of money and affordability. Teens with a checking account score higher on financial literacy abilities, and they’re also more likely to earn money from a part-time job and to talk to their parents regularly about money. That’s why we’re happy to introduce a way you can help your kids become financially fit young adults. Download our free Money Talks Guide for Parents to start the conversation, then when you’re ready we’ve got great youth and teen account options.
Introducing Paw Squad and Club Rising Youth & Teen Accounts
Arizona Federal Credit Union, our official financial sponsor, created Paw Squad and Club Rising accounts that make it easy to start teaching kids and teens about money!
Soccer Balls, Stuffed Animals, Discounts and More!
The accounts come with a gift, program discounts, giveaways – and teen accounts can choose the Arizona Humane Society or Phoenix Rising Visa® debit card.
You can open a youth account at any of Arizona Federal Credit Union’s 12 locations across the Valley or click below to learn more.