Money Mammals — Youth Savings Program
Register for our free event - Raising a Money-Smart, Money-Empowered Child
A seminar for parents of elementary and middle school kids.
Learn how to raise kids who feel comfortable and confident with money. “Raising a Money-Smart, Money-Empowered Child” does just that. You’ll get practical, time-tested advice and techniques from John Lanza of The Money Mammals® and author of the new book, "The Art of Allowance."
During the talk, John will...
- Discuss how to reduce the nagging and frequent “I wants”
- Frame important allowance basics
- End Shopping Battles
- Lead a spirited Q&A session
|Date:||Tuesday, April 10, 2018|
|Time:||10:00 a.m. or 6:00 p.m.|
|Location:||F&A Federal Credit Union, 2625 Corporate Place, Monterey Park, CA 91754|
|Register:||By April 9, 2018|
Click here to visit the Money Mammals website.
By introducing your child or grandchild to our youth savings program, you’re starting them on the path to a financially fit future filled with many opportunities to learn to "share, save & spend smart, too" along the way.
When you sign your child or grandchild up for a Youth Savings Account,1 you’ll help them get strong with saving.
Here are some of the great benefits:
- A 6.18% APY2 on account balances up to $1,000 (and our regular share rate on balances $1,000.01 and over)
- A FREE Money Mammals educational picture book or DVD
- An F&A piggy bank
- Ongoing access to The Money Mammals website and mobile apps
We hope to see you, your children or grandchildren at our branch. Celebrate our youth and pump up the savings with The Money Mammals!
1The Youth Savings Account is available to members up to age 22 1/2. Age limit will be extended to 26 1/2 for members who sign up for paperless eStatements. Custodial accounts are not eligible. Other conditions apply. See our Deposit Account Agreement & Truth In Savings Disclosure for further information. National Credit Union Youth Month(tm) is a registered trademark of the Credit Union National Association. 2APY= Annual Percentage Yield . The APY is accurate as of the last dividend statement date.