Give your kid a smart start!

A Youth Account makes your child the head of the class because it's never too early to start saving!

Ditch the piggy bank and secure your child's finances today!

Contact us to learn more about Youth Accounts.

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SPECIAL OFFERS

Give your kid a smart start! 

Youth Account special

Parents, receive $25 when you open a Youth Account*.

Receive an additional $25 when you open a CD** for your child. 

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Get Money for Good Grades!

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  • Offer valid for USMFCU K-12 members
  • Receive $1 per A on report card
  • Earn up to $5 per quarter and $20 per year
  • Reward deposited in your USMFCU account
  • Submit your January - June report cards in July
  • Submit your September - December report cards in January
  • Bring your report cards to any branch.
  • OR email the report cards to Olga at ogoysan@usmfcu.org

Requirements & restrictions apply:

Child must have an account to participate in promotion. Payout will be for current report card only. Promotion is subject to change or end at any time without notice.

Youth Accounts: 

*Parent must be a member in order to open a Youth Account. 

**$500 minimum balance required.

$25 Savings Bonus is available only for new youth savings accounts. Limited to one bonus per child per one youth account. $25 bonus will be deposited to the new savings account upon the account opening. Additional $25 Savings Bonus is available to existing and new youth accounts when a new Certificate of Deposit (CD) is opened. Limited to one bonus per one new CD. Promotion does not apply to existing CDs on youth accounts. $25 bonus will be deposited to existing or new youth saving account. Bonuses are taxable and reportable to the IRS. The credit union reserves the right to cancel or modify the promotion at any time.

Get Money for Good Grades: 

Child must have an account to participate in promotion. Payout will be for current report card only. Promotion is subject to change or end at any time without notice. Bonuses are taxable and reportable to the IRS.

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