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Wealth Warriors Club
                          
for members ages 7-11.
 




A fun way to learn about money and the importance of saving. Check out our monthly featured article below to for fun facts and tips on all things money! 

 

Students learning about moneyPower of Dividends: One of the best ways you can grow your savings is to start as early as possible. That's because of the power of dividends, or “the miracle of compounding.”...Read More

 

Young children holding a pigg bankWhy a Credit Union is Right for MeCredit unions are not-for-profit financial institutions, that focus on the financial needs of their members and not making a profit. Learn why a Credit Union is a good fit for your money.....Read More   
 

 

    
Lifespan of a $10 bill and moreThe lifespan of a single piece of money varies by denomination and depends on a number of factors.  Find out how long different denominations will be in circulation before a new one replaces it....Read More.


Boy and Girl holding money at a table
Value of a Dollar
: Have you ever thought about why money is worth anything? It's just paper and ink or a small piece of stamped metal, but we use it to buy food, a movie ticket, clothes, cars - just about everything....Read More.


Girl putting coins in jarStart Your Savings: It's okay if you don't have a lot of money to save, you can open a Youth Certifiacte for as little as $10.  Then you can add to your account at any time with money given to you from birthdays, your parents, or an allowance.  See how quickly just a few dollars can grow over time.. Read More.

 

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Money Facts: Did you know that contrary to popular belief, the automobile pictured on the back of the $10 note is not a Model "T" Ford. It is merely a creation of the designer of the bill?  Find out more money facts...Read More.

 


Money hanging on clothes line

How is Money Made?-  The production of U.S. currency is not an easy or simple task, but one that involves highly trained and skilled craftspeople, and requires numerous steps in the production process...Read More

 

 

 

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