Published: July 7, 2013 | Updated: August 2, 2020 | Posted by: Moneymax | Personal Finance
A journey of a thousand miles starts with the first step. The first step is ultimately important to steer your kids toward a bright and sound financial future.
This could be done by opening a kid’s savings account for them. What are the criteria that you shouldn’t overlook so that you can ensure the safety of your child at home and the safety of their money in the bank?
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The idea of driving for several hours whenever your kids require a visit to the bank wouldn’t be an appealing for you. It is smart to ensure finding a bank in your neighborhood or at a location that’s convenient for you.
In order to get your kids the best savings account, pay close attention to the following:
Your child will get a monthly report of the account such as the deposits and withdrawal that have been done, the interest that has been credited as well as any banking service fees.
Your child will get a little booklet that every transaction such as deposit and withdrawal will be posted into.
Don’t ever let any statement regarding the banking or service fees slip through your fingers. Otherwise, you may end up a bunch of jaw-dropping fees that have been charged to your account whenever you make any transaction, such as early account closure fees, and paper statement fees.
The following are some of the most common requirements to open a kids savings account:
Once you have finished your research on the banks with a final decision, it’s time to break the good news to your children. They’ll definitely thrill at the idea of having a real piggy bank.
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