Coast Hills

Youth Savings Programs

Family-friendly accounts for members 17 and under

Saving and managing money isn’t just a thing adults do. We have a variety of ways for younger members to handle their money too. Whether it’s a first-time saving account, or a checking account for an afterschool job, CoastHills has something for everyone. And with our online and mobile banking programs, we make it easy for mom and dad to transfer money to and from joint youth accounts.

Whether it’s a first-time saving account, or a checking account for an afterschool job, CoastHills can help.

Student Savings Account

Start off on the right financial foot with a CoastHills Savings account. Not only does it establish your credit union membership, you can start saving money for the things that matter to you. A $5 minimum balance is required and at least one parent or guardian must be joint on the Student Savings account.

Student Checking Account (for ages 16 to 17 years old)

A checking account is at the center of anyone’s financial life. And we make sure members 16 to 17 years old are covered for free with our Plus Checking. We also offer unlimited check writing and no monthly fees. We’ll help make life easy with a free Visa Debit card for cash at ATMs, or use it to buy stuff anywhere you see the Visa logo—online and offline. To qualify for debit card on your student checking account, just take the "Understanding Your Money" financial literacy course on our member education page. Visit the site to get started today!

Education Savings Account

Get a jumpstart on future education expenses with an Education Savings Account (ESA) from CoastHills Wealth Management. An ESA allows savings for education expenses on a tax-favored basis. Contributions can be made by, or for, the student until they reach 18 years old. We offer ESA savings, money market or certificate investment options.

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