Youth Week has ended for 2019, but check out our saving tips below and stay tuned for next year's event.

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Grow Your SavingsWe celebrate
Youth Week at SESLOC in April

garden gnomeNational Credit Union Month is April, and we celebrating by making all of our branches a fun place for kids to visit. We have activities to help your kids learn the value of money and the importance of growing their savings, plus giveaways and special treats.

One of the best lessons a child can learn is how to be smart with money, which starts with establishing solid roots. To support a path toward financial responsibility, during Youth Week we’re waiving the $5 membership fee when you open a savings account for youth under 18 (with a $5 minimum deposit.) If your child doesn't already have a savings account, this is a great opportunity for them to join the Credit Union. We look forward to seeing you!


Teach your kids the value of money with these tips:

Youth Week is for teens too!

watering canIf you have a teenager between 14 and 17, it may be time to consider a checking account. With no minimum balance, no monthly fees and a SESLOC debit card, our HomeFREE Checking™ account offers your teenager a little financial freedom.

As a joint owner of the account, you can help them manage money wisely and monitor their transactions with Online Banking and eAlerts. In addition, they'll get free Identity Theft Services and points with every purchase, redeemable for a variety of rewards.




flowersFour Tips to Kickstart a College Savings Plan

Looking to set up a college fund for your kids? The challenge is knowing how and when to start. What’s the right age, how much should you save, and which savings plan is best? The process can be overwhelming. Check out these effective tips to get your college savings plan on track.

For more infomration about our about college savings plans, see our Wealth Management services.