Banking for Kids and Teens

Kids grow up fast – and so do their finances! 😄 But you don’t have to pay sneaky monthly fees to give the youth in your life the banking tools they need – or start teaching them lifelong lessons about personal finance.

Stay right here at the bank you already know, trust (and love!), where kids and teens can bank for free!

Whether you’re looking for an easy way to send money for after-school activities or set spending limits on accounts, we have everything you need right here. (Hover over each category for details.)

CHORES & ALLOWANCE

Use Zelle® to set up recurring or one-time payments for completed chores, food and gas money, and more!

SAVINGS

Open a savings account for new family members, and learn how ChangeSaver™ can help it grow.

SPENDING

Customize youth debit cards with a photo or school logo. Plus, set up mobile wallet and mobile and online banking for easy access and account tracking.

START BUILDING CREDIT

Young adults can open a Bell Bank Secured Card to start building credit.

SAFETY & CONTROLS

Set spending limits, monitor accounts, and turn debit cards on and off with CardValet®. Plus, identity theft recovery and savings overdraft protection help keep finances safe.

EDUCATION

Find free, online courses in our education hub, helpful tips in our Advice Center or sign up for K-12 game-based lessons here.

Proven Customer Service

If you bank at Bell, you already know what it’s like to experience exceptional service from a family- and employee-owned company that values teamwork, unequaled service and giving back. At Bell, banking is all about relationships, so you can always stop by or call, and our friendly bankers will answer the phone 7 days a week.

Do you want to set up a youth account? Stop by any of our bank locations, where our bankers will not only help you open the account, but also go over some banking best practices with your child or teen and answer all of their (and your) questions.

 

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