Itís never too early to talk with your kids about money. Thatís why TopLine Federal Credit Union is committed to Get Smart With Your Moneyô, an ongoing initiative to encourage kids and their parents to talk about spending, saving, and sharing their money wisely. Understanding what money is and how to manage it is a crucial life skill that parents must pass on to their children. Itís never too early to start giving your child a solid foundation for making a lifetime of financial decisions.
Youth Savings Accounts: Starting the savings habit early helps kids learn to get smart with their money ó whether they're toddlers, teens, or college students. For young savers ages birth through 22, this youth bank account requires no minimum balance, has no monthly account fees, and pays interest on balances of any amount. An adult co-owner is required for account holders under age 18.
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Scholarship money is available every October from the Minnesota Family Involvement Council for any person who is a member of a Minnesota credit union in good standing and planning to pursue/continue post high-school education eligible. There are no fees to apply. Check back in the Fall for further details and to apply.
The Minnesota Family Involvement Council (FIC) is a volunteer organization made up of representatives from credit unions around the stateof