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PNC's 'S' is for Savings account helps young children learn financial basics through an interactive, online experience with tips from Sesame Street®. With this account, you can help your child learn about and begin to use money, as you save, share and spend together.
Helps your child learn about and practice saving, sharing and spending.
Find a number of activities you and your child can do together to build on basic money concepts.
Set specific savings goals with your child that they can achieve over time.
'S' is for Savings helps your child learn about and practice saving, sharing and spending money through an interactive, online experience along with tips on learning financial basics from Sesame Street.
Sign on to Online Banking and select the 'S' is for Savings account. You will see a table with three jars: one for savings, one for sharing and one for spending. When you add money to the account, it appears on the table, where it's ready to be placed into any of the three jars, depending on how your child wants to use it. As part of the experience, you and your child can move money around as often as you like to reinforce the concepts of saving, sharing and spending.
Visit the Learning Center within the 'S' is for Savings experience for financial basic tips from your favorite Sesame Street characters. It also includes a number of activities you and your child can do together to build on the basic money concepts learned through the outreach initiative, For Me, for You, for Later: First Steps to Spending, Sharing, and Savings.
At PNC, we think starting early is important. And we're committed to helping kids start off right with financial education. That's why we offer tools to help you teach your child basic money concepts.
Important Information About Procedures for Opening a New Account
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each customer that opens an account. What this means for you: when you open an account, we will ask you your name, address, date of birth and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying information.
See the Account Agreement for Personal Checking, Savings and Money Market Accounts - Interest Payment and Balance Computation section for details.
You may not make more than a total of six (6) transfers each statement cycle from a savings or money market account to other accounts (including transfers to another account for overdraft protection) or to third parties by check, through point-of sale purchase transactions or similar debit card transactions, by pre-authorized or automatic agreements, telephone, online or similar order payable to a third person. See your account agreement for more information. Other limits may apply to your account. Excessive transactions may result in your Savings or Money Market account being changed to a Standard Checking account, which will be subject to the features and fees as described in the Consumer Schedule of Service Charges and Fees in effect at that time. We reserve the right to suspend enforcement of these transaction limitations, at our discretion.
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