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Starter Accounts

Levo's starter accounts have your child's back. And yours. They save money. You save time. We take care of the rest.

OPEN A STARTER ACCOUNT     ︎

Shine a light on the world of money.

With the Levo checking and savings accounts, kids learn how to manage money, set savings goals and spend wisely. Parents/guardians set flexible controls and monitor spending on this joint account.

OPEN A STARTER ACCOUNT     ︎
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Instant $ Transfers

Send money instantly to your kid's accounts.

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Mobile Payments

Use Apple Pay or Google Pay for mobile payments.

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Balance Tracking

You and your kids see historic activity on their accounts.

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Spending Limits

Set spending limits to help keep them on pace.

Banking Together Has Never Been Easier

Our starter checking accounts are ideal for the family who knows it’s never too early to prioritize financial well-being. The Levo Starter Accounts grant access to a linked checking account jointly owned by a parent or guardian.

  • An excellent option for families. With a $0 monthly service fee, your child will be set up for a successful financial future with no hidden fees.
  • Joint ownership means each account is opened jointly with a parent or guardian 18 years or older and allows full access to the starter account.
  • Low initial deposit ($5 savings) means your child can start their checking account with no minimum balance required after opening.
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Learn More About Levo's
Checking & Savings Accounts

Levo Credit Union prides itself on offering its valued members the fee-free checking they deserve. That’s why we keep them to a bare minimum. Take a look at how they stack up compared to the average bank.

8 Tips for Teaching Teens About Money

It’s important to start teaching kids about managing their money early so you can set them up for success later in life. Below are 8 tips for teaching teens about money from our Levo experts.
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