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Your child is going to have a bright future.
Get them started off on the right (or left) foot.
One key to navigating adulthood is learning good money management habits as a child and teen. Let Go Energy Financial help reinforce that financial savvy in your kids. We have special accounts aimed at educating about saving, spending, and money management. Let’s get started!
Step 1: Have a baby, adopt, or become a guardian.
Step 2: Open a youth savings account.
A youth savings account is for one-day-old kids up to 18-year-old teens. This is a great way to learn saving skills by making deposits, withdrawals, and watching the balance grow.
Bring your child with you on your next visit, and talk to us about opening a youth savings account for them. We’re here to support you! Visit, email, or give us a call at (470) 514-3000 — we can give you answers to your questions.
Time to level up to a student checking account and debit card?
At some point, it’ll be the right time for your teen to have a checking account and debit card. You’ll know when— they’ll tell you! And we can help set everything up. All it takes is an initial deposit of $25 and adding you as a co-owner of the account and debit card. Your participation is an important part of teaching budgeting and money management.
Check out these student checking account and debit card features:
We offer a VISA Secured for Students card for individuals in college or a trade school. Your FAQ reading assignment begins now.