Open a Youth Savings Account at First NRV Credit Union today. Start saving for different moments like your child’s first car, tuition costs for college, and more. And for a limited time, we will be giving $10 gift cards for Sal’s Pizzeria in Radford, Virginia for all memberships. This includes new Youth Savings Accounts! In order for your child to be eligible for a Youth Savings Account, they must meet the following requirements:
Must be eligible for membership based on our current membership fields.
Photo ID (School ID, Library Card, Rec Hall ID, etc)
Must have a co-owner on the account that is their legal guardian or a relative.
$10.00 is required to open the account. $5 membership fee, and a $5 minimum balance for the account.
For savings options with a higher return rate, please view our current share certificate offers on our personal savings page by clicking here.
Earn money by saving money…sounds ridiculous right? Especially since return rates have been at an all time low for so long now. On the contrary, First NRV Credit Union has been offering consistently great rates on their share certificate accounts for years. Over the past two years we have had both a 2% offer for a 27 month term, and also a whopping 3% return for a 36 month term. These are excellent options for saving money and also for earning interest. Save for your kid’s college, their first car, or any other unexpected expense that life may throw at your family.
Promotional Offers on Share Certificates are not eligible for renewal at the promotional rates.
These are one time promotional offers, and will not be renewed at the elevated interest rate. No exceptions will be made.
After the initial maturity of the certificate, there is a 10-day grace period to make changes to the renewal and/or disbursement method.
Dividends are posted quarterly to all certificate accounts.
Below is a link that will redirect you to a page on the National Credit Union Administration's (NCUA) website that has numerous articles, advice, and tricks for helping you to become more financially responsible.