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By Credit Union National Association
April is National Youth Credit Union Month, and we’re Wild About Saving!
We’d be “lion” if we said saving was easy. Teach children how to save for their goals and they’ll have one of the most difficult aspects of finance under their belt by the time they're teens – being consistent savers.
Here are a few ideas to help your cubs get Wild About Saving:
Get your children started right financially. Open an Alliant Kids Savings Account for them today!
Get a jumpstart on saving early with an Alliant Kids Savings account.
Whether you’re a young saver or the parent of someone who you would like to encourage to start being financially responsible, an Alliant Kids Savings Account is a great way to get started. Our Kids Savings Accounts have all the benefits of our regular savings accounts, plus more:
For applicants under 12 years of age, the parent, grandparent or a guardian must sign the child’s name and his or her own name and date (e.g., John Smith, a minor, by parent, Mary Smith). The parent, grandparent or a guardian must be a joint applicant on the account for everyone under the age of 18.
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