With adulthood only a few years away, it’s important for teens to be prepared for financial independence.
Dinero Teens is more than just a kids bank account. It's a robust financial education program that gives members ages 13 to 18 opportunities to learn more about personal money management. It also makes it easy for parents to monitor spending and transfer money to their teens using Advancial's Mobile App. When you do a youth bank accounts comparison, ours is simply the best.
Not only will teens learn the ins-and-outs of banking, but they’ll also enjoy many extras that help them prepare for the future, such as:
We've designed the Dinero Visa to teach teens how to handle credit responsibly. Our credit card offers a low rate, reward points on purchases and has no penalty rate. As an added, there's no application fee. Please note, a parental co-signer1 is required.
You may be able to snag a smartphone for around $200 (or free!) with a one-year service contract, but the cost to operate a smartphone is not free or cheap.
While you may know a lot about test scores, how much do you know about credit scores? One day, these scores will have an important influence over financial matters in your life, so it pays to learn about them sooner rather than later.