Kids Count Youth Savings Account

Dear Parents:

Kids who learn the importance of saving at a young age are more likely to make solid financial decisions throughout their lives. That's why Columbia Bank makes it easy with the Kids Count Youth Savings account. This kids' savings account is designed to help teach children 18 years and younger the basics of saving and managing their money.

Not only will they gain important money-management skills, our kids' savings account is also a great way for kids to learn the basics of bank operation. Keep your child involved when managing the account, whether it's visiting a bank teller, or discussing interest. With their own interest-bearing savings account, your kids will love watching their earnings grow!

Go ahead and check out Columbia Bank's savings accounts for kids. By helping them learn about money management at a young age, you can set the stage for an adult life full of good financial choices.

Visit a branch to open a kids' bank account and begin saving for their future today. You can also learn more about kids' savings accounts over the phone from one of our helpful representatives.

To give your children a head start, Columbia Bank will match your initial deposit up to $15!¹

Kids Count Youth Savings Account
  • $1 minimum initial deposit
  • $1 minimum to earn interest
  • No minimum monthly balances or service charges
  • Select from a Passbook or Statement format
  • Columbia Bank can help plan for your children's education. Learn more about the Coverdell Education Savings Account
 

 

 

 

 

¹When a new "Kids Count" Youth Savings Account (passbook or statement savings account) is opened, we will match the initial deposit up to $15. The bonus will be credited to the new account at account opening. There is no requirement for the funds to remain on deposit in order to receive this bonus. Please refer to the detailed account disclosure for other information about the account. The amount of the bonus will be added to any interest that is earned on the account. If the amount of the bonus plus interest is $10 or more in a calendar year, then the amount will be reported on IRS Form 1099-INT. This bonus offer may be discontinued without prior notice. There is a limit of one (1) bonus per child.