The best way to save money for your kids’ future

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Nicole with America First Credit Union answers the viewer question: What is the best way to save for my young kids now? 

If you know a large expense is in your future, a Dedicated Savings Account makes it easy to plan for it now. And when you agree to leave your money in the account for a specified time, you can earn a great rate. With a Dedicated Savings Account, you get:

  • The convenience of an automatic share transfer or payroll deduction (must be at least $10 per month)
  • Competitive Certificate Account Rates
  • Your choice of terms, ranging from three months to five years
  • No minimum opening balance
  • Automatic Renewal option
  • Federally insured up to $250,000

Through January, the annual “Skip a Payment” program offers members the opportunity to skip monthly loan payments for a small fee of $25. In turn, they will donate a portion of the fee to purchase shoes and ‘warm the soles’ of children in need.

  • America First will provide more than 1,800 pairs of shoes to underprivileged children.

The holiday season is a perfect time to teach children about the value of a dollar. Give the gift of membership with a Youth Account and they will match up to $25.

  • Throughout December, when you open a new youth account and a student savings account, they will match your initial deposit in the student savings, (up to $25).
  • The America First Credit Union youth savings accounts feature no annual fees or minimum-deposit requirements, flexible terms and free online access.

Visit www.AmericaFirst.com for details.

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