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Young Adult

Learn to manage your money and save for your education.

You might be on your own, or you will be very soon. With your on the go life style, you want convenient, easy to use ways to manage your money. We've also added some tips to help you budget and save.

ACCOUNTS & SERVICES 
JUST FOR YOU:

First Choice Student Checking

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Online Banking

Mobile Banking


YOU MIGHT ALSO BE INTO:

Personal Loans

Savings Accounts

CPR Wealth Advisors

TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

  • Set a budget that will work for you and include savings goals and keep track of your progress.
  • If you have a job, don't spend everything you make. Make smart choices based on what you need vs. want.
  • Record ALL your transactions daily for your checking and savings account, whether they are made by debit or credit cards, or paper checks and deposit slips.
  • Know your account details such as overdraft fees, interest rates, withdrawl restrictions, etc. Monitor your credit card accounts carefully.

Learn to save and budget. Check our calculators to help save for education or personal goals. They can help you manage your expensives and keep you on budget too!

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When you are 18, you may open a savings account on your own, either online or at the bank. Younger students may open checking accounts with the co-signature of a parent and you need to do this together at the bank.