Designed for ages 12 and younger, a Sprout Savings account is a safe, secure spot for young savers to store away their allowance, gifts, and other earnings, then watch their savings grow with dividends. Together, you can build healthy saving habits from day one.
Savings to grow on.
A Sprout Savings account is easy and fun to maintain. With just $5 and a little curiosity, your child can open a Sprout Savings account and start working toward small (and big) goals of their own. We always waive membership fees for Sprout savers, but do ask that a guardian help activate and serve as custodian of the account.
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Type:Sprout Savings Account
Balances:$25 Minimum Balance to Earn Stated APY
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Start something big with your littles. Make an appointment to visit your local branch and open a Sprout Savings account today.
A $5 deposit is required to open a Sprout Savings Account. We do not charge a membership fee for our youngest members. To learn more about all of our accouts and any fees, please see our Rate and Fee Disclosure.
If your child is 12 years old or younger, they are eligible to receive a Sprout Savings Account.
Any legal guardian is allowed to open a Sprout Account for their little one.
When your child turns 13, their Sprout Account automatically becomes a Flex Savings Account. This is our account recommended for teens ages 13 - 17. The only thing that changes about the account is the fact that it can now be linked to a Flex Checking account. That will only happen if the teen and a legal guardian decide to open that additional account.
Yes! We make depositing in this account easy. Simply let one of our team members know that you would like to do this when you open your Sprout Account or do it yourself in our Online Banking Portal.
Dividends are extra money that your account earns just by being open and meeting our minimum account dividend earning value. The Sprout Account earns divideneds quarterly as long as your account has at least $25 deposited in it. It is just another way we like to say thank you to our members for trusting us with your heard earned "dough". To learn more about what the current dividened rate is and our other savings accounts that earn dividends, please see our Rate and Fee Disclosure.
For the safety and security of our youngest members, we do ask that you schedule an appointment or video call us to open this account.
Fraud, unfortunately, is made easier when an account holder has fewer identifying documents and since we can safely assume your children do not yet have a driver's license, we do ask that you schedule an appointment or video call us so that we can verify both parties' identities. Thank you for your understanding.
To verify your identity, we always ask that you come prepared with a government issued ID. It is important that it is not expired. Examples of acceptable IDs include a State Driver's License or a U.S or Foreign Passport. If we have trouble validating your ID, we may ask for a secondary ID. For children, we have a variety of other documents we can use to verify identities. These include social security cards, birth certificates, medicaid cards, and insurance cards. If you have a question about whether or not an ID can be used, just text us at 931.431.6800.