When kids develop saving habits early the benefits last a lifetime. Saving is a learned behavior. It’s something kids need to practice over and over from an early age.
TCU’s Kids Club helps establish a savings ethic and provides an opportunity to build a solid financial foundation. The $7 membership fee is waived for kids, plus they receive a TCU piggy bank to start saving at home. And each time they visit a TCU location to make a deposit, they can pick a prize from the Kids Club prize box.
To start on the road to financial success and to open a membership visit one of TCU’s 54 service centers.
For young people between the ages of 14 and 23, a TCU Student Rewards Checking account provides a great opportunity to develop financial literacy and responsibility — learning first-hand about budgeting, saving, investing and basic economic decision-making. With the student account, young people also earn as they learn. The TCU Student Rewards Checking account offers the opportunity to receive cash rewards, including $25 for the successful completion of the TCU Financial Empowerment program.