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Snuggle Bug Savings

Save for a child’s financial future from the very beginning! It is never too early to begin saving. For our young pups (age newborn to age 4) we have a high paying dividend account:


Wags to Riches Kidz Club

We feel it is important for children to learn the importance of saving money and saving up for special things. The Wags to Riches Kidz Club was designed as a savings incentive program to encourage young savers (ages 5 to 12) to save money in a safe account. The program encourages children to visit the credit union to make deposits into their savings account. Every time they come in and make a deposit, regardless if it is $2.00 or $20.00, they receive Wags Bucks. They save up their Wags Bucks to redeem for cool prizes. Prizes include AMC Movie Money, Gift Cards to WalMart, Target, Beef A Roo, backpacks and more. Children learn how to save up for something special instead of getting something immediately.

In addition to the financial education, being a member of the Wags to Riches Kidz Club allows kids to receive birthday postcards, money for good grades, free community events, and savings challenges throughout the year.


mPOWER Teen

Save, spend, borrow and invest your money the smart way with our financial program just for teens. If you are a teen between the ages of 13 and 17, then the mPOWER Account was designed with you in mind. We will help you manage your money today and get you started on a strong financial future. Best of all, mPOWER is completely FREE!

mPOWER Checking
Designed Exclusively for our Teen Members Ages 13-17

mPOWER Enhanced Savings Account


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