You can't start too early when teaching kids to be financially responsible. In fact, you might be surprised how quickly children become aware of material things. As soon as children turn on a TV or go to school, they become increasingly aware of the world around them. They 'want' items, such as toys and clothing, they see advertised or that their friends have. And, as someone who will be guiding a child, you want your kids to fit in, without spoiling them.
The Dollar Dog Kid's Club is a great way to help kids learn about the importance of saving, earning, and even investing money. Kids will learn the basics of healthy saving and spending habits, and have some fun too.
When you join, children receive an Official Club Membership Card, a Savings Passbook, and all kinds of Dollar Dog Stuff. There will be special events and contests at the credit union, and Dollar Dog's Clubhouse is always open for learning, fun, and games.