Youth Banking

Minor Savings

Help your child begin planning for their financial future beginning with a Minor Savings Account at ANB. Starting an account of their own will help them realize the benefits of saving versus spending and planning on how to do both.


  • No opening deposit required
  • No minimum balance requirement
  • No monthly service charge
Minor Savings

A maximum of 6 free withdrawals per month are allowed which include preauthorized transfers. Withdrawals in excess of 6 will be charged $1 per withdrawal. Transfers in excess of 6 will be charged an additional $10 per excessive transfer. This account will be converted to a Regular Savings Account, after the individual reaches age 18.


Youth Resource Center

It’s never too early or late to talk with your kids about money. ANB Bank is committed to educating kids about money and helping families talk about spending, saving, and sharing money wisely. Simply click to expand a section below to get started:

Coloring Sheets

Download these coloring sheets showing the U.S. Mint state quarters where ANB has banking centers, and the coins with Eagles on them.

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Eddie’s Fun Page

Download this coloring sheet that explains the basics of how to make a deposit or a withdrawal, ways to earn money, a coloring section, and a crossword puzzle.


Eddie’s Eager Earner Workbook

Download this workbook to have Eddie the Eagle, ANB’s mascot, walk you through some fun money activities.


h.i.p. pocket change

A number of games from the U.S. Mint that teach kids about currency and managing their money.


Money Talks Newsletters

Download these newsletters for youngsters that centers on the power of saving and budgeting for beginners. They feature a fun crossword puzzle, a family budgeting work sheet, and glossary.


Teach Children to Save

The ABA Education Foundation established National Teach Children to Save Day to spotlight the importance of teaching our nation&’s youth about saving money.


Avengers Saving the Day

Join the Avengers and a special guest in this exciting educational comic about saving money and saving the day. The heroes team up to defeat Mole Man and his evil army, all while learning important financial skills. The action-packed comic features a budgeting worksheet, finance terms and more.


Financial Football

Give your financial knowledge a workout with the new Financial Football, it’s a fast-paced, NFL-themed video game developed by Visa.


Financial Soccer

Financial Soccer is a fast-paced, multiple-choice question game, testing players&’ knowledge of financial management skills as they advance down field, and try to score goals.


It’s My Life

This website, designed specifically for tweens and sponsored by PBS, includes articles on how to save money, how to be a smart spender, and how to manage your money.


Money Talks Newsletters

Download these newsletters that center on the power of saving and budgeting. They feature tips, suggested books and websites from the ABA Education Foundation.


Budget Blaster Worksheet

Track your spending and smash through budgeting like the Hulk!


FDIC’s Money Management for Teens

Download this newsletter from the FDIC that talks about how to save, spend and protect your cash.


FDIC's Money Smart

A self-paced Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) format online for ages 13 and over in English and Spanish.


Financial Football

Give your financial knowledge a workout with the new Financial Football, a fast-paced, NFL-themed video game developed by Visa.


Financial Soccer

Financial Soccer is a fast-paced, multiple-choice question game, testing players’ knowledge of financial management skills as they advance down field, and try to score goals.


Money Talks Newsletters

Download these Personal finance newsletters for older students and young adults.


Money Tips for All Ages

Download this newsletter from the FDIC that focuses on your finances at different stages of life with a special section for teens.


Reality Check

What kind of lifestyle do you want? Answer these few basic questions and you’ll be given a Reality Check.


FDIC’s Guide for Young Adults

Dealing with personal finances can be overwhelming for anyone, but especially for people just beginning to manage money on their own. This special edition newsletter will help young adults take control of their finances.


FDIC's Money Smart

A self-paced Computer-Based Instruction (CBI) format online for ages 13 and over in English and Spanish.


Financial Football

Give your financial knowledge a workout with the new Financial Football, a fast-paced, NFL-themed video game developed by Visa.


Financial Soccer

Financial Soccer is a fast-paced, multiple-choice question game, testing players’ knowledge of financial management skills as they advance down field, and try to score goals.


Get Smart About Credit

This national financial education program helps bankers teach young adults the ABC’s of wise credit use.


Money Talks Newsletters

Download these personal finance newsletters for young adults that focus on using credit responsibly.


Money Tips for All Ages

Download this newsletter from the FDIC that focuses on your finances at different stages of life with a special section for young adults.


Personal Finance Organizer

Make your own personal finance organizer using these printable sheets that feature goal sheets, a money diary, and a money tracking ledger.


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