Learning to save for what you want in life is a crucial life skill, but it’s one too few young people are learning.
That’s why for financially literacy month in April, Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union will focus on helping young people develop good saving habits.
What kind of saver is your child? One who saves happily, or with a scowl? To find out, stop by one of our Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union during National Credit Union Youth Month, and we’ll waive the $5 membership fee for all Youth under the age of 18 who open a new account.*
Every saver is unique, but most people who save regularly developed the habit early in life. Learning to delay gratification in order to save for long-term goals is a crucial life skill, and one Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union is committed to helping our youngest members develop.
By helping your child give a hoot about saving now, you’ll help them soar when they’re older. Bring your little saver to the nearest branch today!
*New Membership Only (member must be under the age of 18 to qualify) New member must be primary account holder, but joint members are allowed on the account. The Credit Union reserves the right to change any conditions of these programs, or to withdraw them, without prior notice. Membership is open to the community. If you live, work, worship, volunteer, or attend school in Ontario, Yates, or Seneca county, you are eligible to become a member.