Our youth checking accounts are ideal for the family who knows it’s never too early to prioritize financial well-being. The Wellby Early Start Card (kids age 6–12) and Wellby Achievement Card (teens age 13—17) grant access to a linked checking account jointly owned by a parent or guardian.
Build good money habits with hands-on learning by receiving account notifications, transaction alerts, and balance statements so you can build and monitor their budgets together.
Monitor your child’s checking account alongside your primary accounts directly from the Wellby mobile app or online banking portal. Set account notifications and alerts so you can track transactions to prevent overspending and develop healthy financial habits.
Want to add their birthday money or allowance directly into their account? You can quickly and easily transfer money directly into your child’s checking account from one of your primary accounts right from your phone or online.
Your child’s mobile device can help them build healthy financial habits through easy-to-use account monitoring. Checking their balance, budgeting, and tracking savings goals is easy with access to our mobile banking app. Our mobile app also grants access to their digital wallet allowing teens who are on the go full access to their funds even if they forget their card at home.
Your child’s account will come with a contactless VisaTM Debit Card, so they can access their funds for day-to-day transactions. Their card also gives them access to 55,000+ fee-free ATMs while still providing the fraud recovery and security you expect from a standard Wellby Checking account.
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|Online Bill Pay|
|Identity Theft Recovery|
|Expanded Identity Theft Protection|
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Learn how an Early Start Card or Achievement Card can help put your child or teen on the path to financial well-being.