The school year is over for most districts and if you had plans to integrate financial literacy into your child’s distance learning during the quarantine, it’s not too late to get started. You can turn money theory into real-life learning by opening a Youth account at Provident.
A Youth Savings Account can be opened for a child of any age and for kids aged 13 to 17, who are ready for more responsibility, you might consider the Youth Checking Account with an available Visa debit card. Provident also offers a Youth Add-On Term Share Certificate for serious savers who are planning for college or other high-ticket items. Opening an account with your child and watching their savings grow is a valuable lesson and a great tool for future financial responsibility.