Learning about money and establishing good savings habits at an early age can be the key to your child’s future financial success. Whether your child is earning income from an allowance or a part-time job, help them establish a plan for their money and start becoming financially savvy. From birth through college, we can help.
As you move into adulthood, it’s more important than ever to manage your money wisely. We’re here with the resources you need to be successful with your financial firsts: buying that car, getting a credit card that treats you fair, and building the kind of good credit that will allow you to get low interest loans or that job you really want.
Teen Checking Accounts
We know that a checking account is an important financial step. We are now offering Teen eChecking accounts for our members 16 years or older who want to have some financial independence. Qualifying teen members may open the account on their own at any of our convenient locations and also receive a NHFCU Visa debit card.
Simply take the Check Right quiz at http://www.checkright.org/. A passing grade of 75% or 15 out of 20 correct answers is required to qualify. You have the option of taking the course and quiz again, if needed. The Quiz results can be either printed and given directly to a NHFCU representative or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Put your teen on the path to financial independence. Although your priorities are likely to be different than those of your teenagers’, money management for teens is basically the same as money management for adults—just on a smaller scale. By setting goals and developing savings plans, you can help your teens understand how to save for what’s important to them.
You can manage your account from almost anywhere!
- Mobile App includes Mobile Deposit.
- Online and Text Banking.
- CO-OP Branch/ATM services – 5,000+ shared branches and nearly 30,000 surcharge free ATMs nationwide.