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KidsFirst Savings

At The First, we believe that responsible savings patterns are established early, so we created our Kids First Savings account to encourage your young savers to plan for their future goals. Kids First Savings accounts may be open by anyone 0-18 years of age, with an eligible parent or legal guardian. Help your kids become smart savers…stop into one of our 12 branch locations to open your child’s Kids First Savings account today.

Account Features Include:

  • No minimum balance requirement
  • No monthly maintenance fees

  • Interest paid on deposits of $50 and more
  • Only $1 deposit to open account

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Statement Savings

Money Market Savings

Kids First Savings

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Special Purpose

IRA

Earns Interest
**ATM Card
Minimum Balance to Open$1.00$1.00$1.00$5.00$5.00$25.00
Minimum Balance to Earn Interest$100.00 $2,500.00 $50.00 $5.00 $5.00 $25.00
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Interest PaidMonthlyMonthlyCredited MonthlyYearlyAt end of TermMonthly
Fees**$1.00 per month per card
Service Charge if Below Minimum$3.00 if minimum balance is not maintained.$5.00 if minimum balance is not maintained. Allowed 6 Transfers per month.
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Additional Resources

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