Savings & Checking Accounts
We offer kids 17 and younger free youth savings and youth checking accounts. Our goal is to teach our youngest members how to manage their money. As they get older they can use our helpful tools, like online banking to monitor transactions, the Honor mobile app to deposit checks, and more!
No Fees Or
Parents Can Be
Joint Account Owners
Youth Savings Accounts
No Fees Or
Start Saving Early
For Future Goals
Youth Checking Accounts
Parents Can Easily
Control Account Activity
Easily Transfer Or Send
Money To Anyone
The need to manage money on the go becomes more important as you get older, and as life gets busier. Honor has the tools to help kids get comfortable with technology, and feel confident managing their money online. And, since parents or guardians, are joint account owners, it’s a controlled environment.
Frequently Asked Questions
Honor’s online banking and mobile app have a See/Jump feature built in that allows parents/guardians access to the youth accounts.
This feature allows you to:
- See: Monitor balances, transaction activity, account summaries, etc.
- Jump: Gives parents/guardians the ability to log into their child’s accounts. They can make transfers, change preferences, and do almost anything else, except apply for a loan.
To sign up for See/Jump, please call or text 800.442.2800, or visit a local Honor member center.
(Note: Parents/guardians must be joint owners of the youth’s account(s) for permission to be granted access.)
Yes, a minor that is at least 13 years old with an Honor checking account will receive a debit card.
Yes, in EXTREME circumstances a minor between the ages of 13-17 can open a checking account on their own. We understand a minor may not have a responsible adult in their life. We will review those circumstances on a case-by-case basis and work with the member to set them up for success!
No. Minors cannot use Courtesy Pay with their checking accounts.
We cannot legally go after the minor for any funds. If there is an adult on the account, we will try to reach out to them to retrieve the funds.
A school ID will work as a valid form of identification.
Only the minor’s social security number is needed to open the initial Youth Savings Account. The parent/guardian social security number is needed to link the two accounts.