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18 August 2017
Junior Savers

Savings for the future

We pick up good habits early on in life

Here at Bradford District Credit Union we believe that basic financial education from an early age is one of the most important things we can teach our children.

Setting up a savings account in your childís name is a good way to teach them the importance of money management and saving for the future, a habit that we hope will last a lifetime. It also helps you to save up a nest egg for your childís future, giving them the best start in adult life.

Simply complete the Junior Savers application form and take it with the appropriate ID to your nearest Credit Union collection point, or post the form along with ID to our main office at City Hall, Bradford, BD1 1HY.

Who can join?

Junior accounts are for children from birth to their sixteenth birthday. When your child reaches the age of sixteen the junior membership will automatically become a full membership of Bradford District Credit Union. Members have to be at least eighteen to apply for a loan.

Who can save?

Parents, guardians and relatives can contribute to the Junior Saver account as well as the Junior Saver. You can pay in cash or set up a regular standing order.

How much interest will I receive?

Junior Savers will receive the same annual dividend as other Credit Union members. This dividend is agreed every year at the AGM.

How much can I save?

You can save as much or as little as you want.

What charges are there?

There are no charges on our Junior Savers accounts.

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