Start teaching kids to save!
It's never too early to start teaching your kids to be financially responsible even if it is starting with a piggy bank. As soon as children turn on the TV or go to school they become aware of the world around them. Going to the store is an adventure as children want the items they've seen on TV. As someone who will be guiding a child, you want them to learn to save consistently, spend wisely, or share in community needs.
Pacific Crest's Dollar Dog Kid's Club is a great way to help kids learn about the importance of saving, earning, and even investing money. Kids will learn the basics of healthy savings and spending habits, and have some fun too.
When they join, children receive an Official Club Membership Card, a Savings Passbook, and a Dollar Dog Savings Bank. There are special events throughout the year and children are rewarded for savings by drawing out of the treasure chest.
Kids just click on the banner below to go to Dollar Dog's Clubhouse.
See the savings rates for Dollar Dog accounts.
In an effort to help your children earn the most for their savings, consider an Easy Saver Certificate. It can be opened for as little as $100 and additional funds can be added to the certificate as low as $25. The dividend rate is locked in for 12-months and earns a competitive rate similar to the regular credit union's certificate. It is a great way for kids to save and take advantage of higher dividends.