14 Oct

Gifts That Grow a Lifetime

Kids savings account RMLEFCU DenverIt’s hard to know what to get kids these days. The hottest toys one week can be quickly discarded the next. However there is one gift you can get a child or grandchild that never goes out of fashion, and that is teaching them the value of saving.

Opening a Rocky Mountain Law Enforcement Federal Credit Union account for a child now will help them develop a habit of saving that will last a lifetime. Unfortunately too many people have learned (and some who still haven’t) their lessons concerning living outside of their means. Using credit cards irresponsibly and spending more than one has can have lasting negative impacts on someone’s financial future. Teaching a child about the benefits of saving and financial responsibility will benefit them throughout their entire lives. Set up a child for financial success with a RMLEFCU account.

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21 Mar

2014 Kids Account Coloring Contest!

kids coloring contest RMLEFCU We want all our RMLEFCU kids to start saving for the things they want and we want to know what they’re saving up for! So, for the months of April and May 2014, your own little saver can enter his or her drawing into our Kids Account contest.

Have your kids get their crayons or colored pencils out and draw us a picture of what they want to save up for. We’ll post them around the RMLEFCU offices this spring. And then our panel of judges will choose their three favorites!

Each winner receives a $100 award, which will be deposited straight into their Kids Savings Account!

Here’s what you need to do:

  1. Draw, Draw, Draw! Just imagine what you might be saving for!
  2. After the picture is complete, enter the information below and submit it to a RMLEFCU branch office.
  3. Entrants do not need an active RMLEFCU Kids Savings Account to qualify!  But if you open one now, we’ll chip in with an initial $5 deposit, as well as a great little piggy bank!

Contest begins April 1, 2014, and ends May 31, 2014.

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