An Alliant Visa Platinum credit card could help you take control of your finances.
Consolidate debt, pay for home renovations or cover an emergency expense with an Alliant Personal Loan.
A HELOC could be helpful when large expenses come your way, whether they’re planned or unexpected.
Work toward your savings goals — college, a down payment or the holidays — with a goal-specific Supplemental Savings account.
Alliant helps your money make more money with high deposit rates and low loan rates.
An Alliant Kids Savings Account is the perfect teaching tool on how to set savings goals.
Alliant Teen Checking is the perfect checking account for teens 13-17. It's specially designed to help them learn how to manage their money.
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Alliant's online kids savings account is open to children ages 12 and younger.
Teach your child about the power of compound interest. Once your child has $100 or more in a Kids Savings Account, it pays dividends — to the tune of 1.65% APY.
Easily set up supplemental accounts for your child’s goals – whether they’re saving for a bike or looking ahead to save for college. Plus, our free Alliant Savings ATM Card makes it easy to deposit via ATM!60
Transfer your child's allowance directly into their account, track progress toward savings goals and help them deposit birthday/holiday checks with their phone or tablet using our mobile banking app.
Check out this video for three great tips on helping your child develop smart money skills.
Watching the balance on their savings account grow can motivate them to be smarter consumers and better savers as they grow up.
Most of the banking transactions made during your child's life will be made digitally, so teaching them how to be smart and safe in using digital banking tools is critically important. Use the Alliant Mobile Banking App to teach them how to make transactions, monitor their balances, track their interest earned, and deposit their birthday or holiday checks from Grandpa and Grandma.
Link your child’s Alliant Kids Savings Account with your Alliant Savings or Checking Account so you can transfer money to them with just a few clicks. Next time you give them money, do it digitally!
Check out The Money Guide from Visa, which introduces money management concepts for ages 8-12.
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Kids Savings Account applications are transacted via secure email. Just fill out the form below and we will email you with instructions within one business day.
First Name Please enter your first name. Last Name Please enter your last name.
We’ll give you a call if we need additional information from you. If you have mailed in your application and haven’t heard from Alliant about the status of your account within 14 business days after applying, or have faxed in your application or dropped it off a branch & haven’t heard from us within 7 business days, give us a call at 800-328-1935 and request an update.
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Alliant Credit Union
Attn: Account Services
PO Box 66945
Chicago, IL 60666-0945
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Yes, as a joint owner, you can view your child’s Alliant Kids Savings account once given access. To view Alliant joint account(s) within online banking, the primary account owner must first give access.
Your child should log in to Alliant online banking, then click into his or her savings account in the left sidebar of the main My Accounts page.
After your child completes the above steps, you can then log in to your own Alliant online banking to view your child’s savings account.
When your child reaches the age of 13, they will be eligible to apply for the Teen Checking account. Their Alliant Kids Savings Account will remain as a savings account, and any funds in the account will remain in the account unless or until they withdraw or transfer them. The only change is that they will also have the option of applying for an Alliant Teen Checking Account. If they do open a checking account, they will then have a debit card that enables them to access both their savings and checking accounts, so that they can easily transfer funds between the accounts.
You may open a regular High-Rate Savings account for your older child. Click here to learn more.
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