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Youth Accounts

Teach Your Children the Value of Saving

Good saving habits are the foundation of creating a smart financial strategy, and it’s never too early to develop these habits. If you want to teach your children the value of saving smart, open a youth account with American First Credit Union.

Youth Accounts We Offer

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Ages 0-12
Ages 0-12
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Ages 13-17
Ages 13-17

Resources for Kids & Teens

American First Credit Union believes in hands-on learning when it comes to managing your finances. Here are some great resources we offer to teach your children the basics of financial responsibility.

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biz Kid$

Biz Kid$ is a national financial literacy initiative where kids teach kids about money and business. Use this resource-rich website to let your kids have fun on the computer while learning valuable life lessons.

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American First Blog

Get the latest savings tips for adults and kids on our blog. We'll keep you informed on the latest updates and provide insight into wise financial decision-making practices.

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Bite of Reality

Bite of Reality is a hands-on, app simulation event American First hosts for teens. This interactive activity teaches teens about the challenges of living on a budget.

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Coverdell Education Savings Account

Give your children the gift of tax-free money to pay for their education expenses.  Open a Coverdell ESA with us and develop a strategy to start saving now.

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