Money Bunny Club
You’re never too young to start saving money! A Money Bunny account is the smart and fun way to teach kids the importance of saving. We like rewarding our members. Each time a deposit is made into your Money Bunny account you’ll get to choose a prize!
Important Terms For Kids To Know:
- Choice – To pick one thing over another.
- Money – Something used to pay for the things we need and want.
- Need – Something people must have to live.
- Want – Something people would like to have.
- Earn – To get money for a job you did.
- Save – To put money away to use later.
- Spend – Pay money to buy something.
- Give – To make a gift of something.
Things needed to open a Money Bunny account:
- Social Security Card
- $5 deposit
- Parent or Guardian to co-sign
For details contact a Member Service Representative today!
Our Personal Stash account works just like a real account because it is a real account! It’s customized for members between the ages of 13 and 18. Take the next step in forming good money habits with a checking account, complete with a VISA debit card.
Tips For Managing Your First Debit Card:
- Download the Granite CU app to keep track of your account.
- Have full control of your debit card with the MobiMoney app. Download on the iTunes or Google app store.
- Have a job? Set up direct deposit with your employer.
- Never give out or leave your PIN where someone else can see it.
- Protect your card information when making purchases online.
What you’ll need to get started:
- Social Security Card
- One of the following:
- Student ID
- Driver’s License
- $25 deposit for your membership share
- Parent/Guardian to co-sign
A Personal Stash is the smart way to build solid credit
When you handle your account well, you’ll be establishing a solid credit history, which will prepare you for getting the best rates on auto loans or credit cards in the future.
For more details contact a Member Service Representative today!
Know Your Checking Account
Balancing your checking account gives you power — the power of knowing exactly how much money is available to you. Whether you use an app on your mobile device, or a spreadsheet on your computer, balancing your checking account is a good habit to form.