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It is important that we teach our children the value of making sound financial decisions because the way they look at money at an early age will likely determine the habits they will carry into adulthood.  Jefferson Credit Union has tools for young people all the way from age 6 to age 24.

Family Mint

FamilyMint is a sophisticated and powerful software tool to enable parents to teach their children from age to 6 to age 16 how to save money for items they wish to buy at a later time.

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Cha-Ching & The Edge

Cha-Ching, for ages 13-17, and The Edge, for ages 18-24, are both sites that youth can visit for a wealth of information on financial topics, such as how to get financing on a car, how to set up a budget, and how to save for college; and they deliver this information in an engaging, entertaining way.

Pocket Cents

Pocket Cents is an informational website for youth of all ages and deals with fundamental credit union topics such as "What's a Credit Union", "Credit Unions in Schools", "How Is Money Made", and other similar topics.

Note: Clicking on some of the above links will cause you to leave Jefferson Credit Union's website and will take you to an external site owned by a third party. Jefferson Credit Union has no responsibility for any of these external websites. It neither endorses the information, content, presentation, or accuracy; nor makes any warranty, express or implied, regarding any external site. Thank you for visiting Jefferson Credit Union!