The path to financial independence
Today’s teens and young adults need to be financially savvy. CRFCU Teen Banking is here to help teens, ages 13 – 17, to learn about money management and financial planning. Many teens have part-time jobs and are beginning to understand the value of money. This is a good time to learn how to manage a savings account, checking account, or debit card and to plan ahead for major expenses, such as a first car loan or college education. Services available include Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts and access to Educational Loans when they are ready for college.
Teens who learn how important it is to be responsible with their money today are more likely to make good financial decisions tomorrow.
Access to thousands of ATMʻs across the country. With a CRFCU account, your money is never far from your pocket.
No need to carry a debit card — teens can deposit checks with the touch of a button and parents can transfer funds in an emergency using the CRFCU mobile app.
No unexpected fees
You won’t pay monthly service or minimum balance fees with Community Resource FCU Free Teen Checking. Standard fees, such as non-sufficient funds and check printing do apply — see our simple 2018 Schedule of Fees for a complete list.