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Bellco offers several youth accounts that not only teach how to save money earlier in life, but how money works, how to make it grow and, most importantly, how to be financially responsible. Whether your child is 18 months or 18 years old, we have an account that will meet their needs.
It's easy to open a youth account with Bellco and to take advantage of the great benefits our youth accounts offer.
Call 303-689-7800, 1-800-BELLCO1 or stop by your local branch to open your account today!
Bellco's Youth Savings Account is the perfect tool to help kids get in the habit of saving early. Account balances up to $500 receive a premium interest rate to get their savings off to a great start.
With Surprise Savings, they get the best of both worlds. Their savings earn interest, plus, each month, they will be entered into our drawing for one of three great prizes: $75 Amazon gift card, $150 Amazon gift card and a yearly grand prize.
The more they save, the more chances they have to win! Every increment of $25 saved* receives a chance to win – if they have $100 saved, they have 4 chances to win; if they have $200 saved, they have 8 chances to win.
*Based on calculation of average monthly balance at time of drawing. Click here for complete terms and conditions.
Bellco's Youth CD can help make long-term savings goals happen. Minimum opening deposit is $50 with a 12-month term at a great interest rate.
Customers between the ages of 13 and 24 years old can open an account.
Check out Bellco's financial education for youth, teens, and young adults!
Youth: The Coindexter Club ® introduces kids aged 5–12 to Econopolis, an online virtual-city where they can learn to earn, save, spend, manage, and invest money in an exciting and fun-filled, game-based learning environment.
Teens: Check out the helpful tips from CUHQ. The content covers a wide range of topics like how to prevent identity theft, tips for first-time car buyers, and getting ready for college
Young Adults: FoolProof Solo is for young adults who are in college or getting started in their first job. They'll learn the ins and outs of what it takes to build good credit, manage a checking account, what to look for in credit card terms and conditions, paying bills, scams to avoid and more.