Oh, the places they’ll go!
Start their financial journey with a savings club that grows with them. Kids 0-11 can open an account with $5 and get an opening gift, savings incentives and fun financial lessons. Teens 12-18 get to explore their world with a checking account, online access and financial tools.
- Built for kids and teens
- Dividends on as little as $25
- Joint ownership required
Kids learn by doing.
Open an account to give them some hands-on financial experience. Kids ages 0 – 11 can earn stamps on their Cubby Frequent Saver Card, and be rewarded for making saving a habit with money deposits!*
*Minimum deposit to receive stamps is $5. A maximum of 2 stamps allowed per week. You may redeem 1 card per child per year.
Saving Makes Cents
Why was is raining pennies? There was change in the weather. 🙂
Kid’s Corner Activities
Do Your Own Rainbow Experiment
Psst! What did the cloud say to the rainbow? You brighten my day! (Haha!)
FYI Teens Ages 12 - 18
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Gain savings knowledge.
Life events can cause financial hardship, making bill-paying difficult. You don’t want delinquent payments and defaulted loans to cause you to lose your assets, negatively impact your credit rating, or cause financial distress for your family.
MEMBER’S CHOICE™ Borrower Security is a voluntary loan-payment protection product that helps you get relief from the financial burden of delinquency, default, or foreclosure if a protected life event unexpectedly happens to you. And, simple eligibility requirements ease the enrollment process.
If a protected life event happens to you (and you’re a protected borrower or co-borrower on the loan), Altana Federal Credit Union will cancel or reduce repayment of your loan debt – helping to lessen your worries, and your family’s worries, about paying loans during a time when your income may be reduced or lost and paying other household bills becomes challenging. Protected events include:
• Loss of life, including those caused by acts of war
• Disability, including those caused by acts of war
• Involuntary unemployment