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Teen Checking – An Important Step On The Path to Financial Success

First-hand experience with a banking account is a great way for a teen to learn financial responsibility.
teen on mobile device

With the guidance of a parent or guardian, teens get to exercise some financial freedom while learning money management and parents get to stay on top of their child’s financial activities.

Baltimore County Employees Federal Credit Union offers a teen checking account to members who are aged 13-17 with a parent or guardian as joint owner. Just like our basic checking, there is no minimum balance requirement and no monthly maintenance fees. Here are some of the convenient services that accompany the account:

VISA Debit Card

  • Access money from ATMs (55,000 surcharge-free ATMs in the Allpoint Network
  • Pay for purchases anywhere VISA is accepted
  • No fee to carry this card

Free Online Banking

  • View account balances
  • View and search transaction history
  • Transfer funds between credit union accounts
  • Create account alerts

Mobile Banking with Mobile Deposit

  • Download BCCU Mobile app from the Apple App store or Google Play
  • View account balances
  • Transfer funds between credit union accounts
  • Turn debit card on/off
  • Deposit checks remotely
  • Monitor debit card transactions
  • Set up debit card controls
  • Sign up for account alerts  

Free e-Statements

  • Easily enroll within Online Banking
  • Get statement by 3rd business day of the month

Open a Teen Checking Account

With all these great electronic services teens will gain valuable skills to help them manage their money and become more financially independent. Open a Teen Checking Account today, or contact Member Services at 410-828-4730, 800-234-4730, or [email protected]  for more information.

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