CDs Public Service Credit UnionThe first step to educating kids on money matters is opening an account in their name. Whether you’re a parent or grandparent, aunt or uncle, you can help kids get started on the right track…with an account at the credit union!  Just like adults, all youth must have a regular share savings account which is just $5 to open and then they’re eligible to use the other products and services the credit union offers.

PSCU Savings Account:
Only $5 to open.
$5 minimum balance.
No monthly or annual fees.
PSCU Checking Account:
No minimum balance.
No monthly or annual fees.
Free debit card.

NOW AVAILABLE: Open Minor Accounts Online
What you’ll need:

  • Minor’s Birth Certificate
  • Minor’s Social Security Card
  • Driver’s License or ID Card if available
  • Joint owner for the account


Financial Games:

zogo get paid to learn financial literacy enter access code MYPSCU

Zogo is a gamified financial literacy app that rewards users for completing bite-sized financial literacy lessons on intelligently saving, spending, and managing their money. The app includes nearly 400 modules in 22 different topics, from opening a bank account to saving for retirement – and everything in between.  By completing modules, taking interactive five-question quizzes, and participating in daily trivia games, users earn virtual “pineapples” and work toward real-life rewards – like a $5 gift card to one of their favorite stores!  Learn More


Peter Pig’s Money Counter– This educational game allows young kids to help Peter Pig count and sort coins. It can help them develop important money skills.

Cash Puzzler– Put the scrambled pieces of the puzzle back together to complete the image of a dollar bill in Visa’s Cash Puzzler game. Choose between 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 dollar bill puzzles and learn fun facts about Benjamin Franklin, Ulysses S. Grant and more.


Financial Education:

Young woman putting money into a piggy bank and smilingOne of the most important life skills you can teach kids is how to manage their own money. The sooner they start to learn about finances, the more likely that they will avoid the mistakes many adults make today. Read our latest blog post with more tips for Helping Kids Get Money Savvy.

Practical Money Skills A robust, interactive website where educators, parents and students can access free educational resources, including personal finance articles, games, lesson plans, calculators, comics and more.


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