“So many college students are forced to learn basic money management through trial and error. Now they have access to the College Pathfinder Checking account that can help cultivate these skills and reward them along the way.” - Kathy Guillory, Infinity FCU's director of marketing
PORTLAND, Maine (PRWEB) September 24, 2018
Money doesn’t grow on trees, and neither does financial literacy—knowing how to save, spend and invest your money.
So as you turn 18 and consider college or another path, you might also consider having a checking account that has built in rewards and safeguards, as well as the flexibility you require as you enter a new chapter in life.
The College Pathfinder Checking account was created by Infinity Federal Credit Union (FCU) after extensive research and development, and meets all these needs.
“So many college students are forced to learn basic money management through trial and error,” says Kathy Guillory, Infinity FCU’s director of marketing. “Now they have access to an account that can help cultivate these skills and reward them along the way. There’s no more learning it ‘the hard way.’”
The College Pathfinder Checking account gives back $5 to account holders who use their debit card 25 times to 39 times in a month. More than that, and they get $10 back. It also makes it easy to transfer and receive money from friends and family.
Account holders don’t need to be college students, though there is an age cap of 24.
For requirements of the cash back feature and a product description, visit: http://www.infinityfcu.com/CollegePathfinder
Infinity FCU is the only Maine credit union that has a college checking account with these unique benefits designed for a student’s on-the-go lifestyle.
It also created the Teen Trailblazer Checking account, for young adults ages 13 to 17; and Young Explorer Savings for children age 12 and younger. More detailed information about all the accounts is available online at http://www.infinityfcu.com/AdventureAccounts.
As Maine’s first credit union, Infinity Federal Credit Union has been serving its members since 1921, initially as the Telephone Workers Credit Union of Maine, then as Telco of New England FCU. Infinity FCU is now community-based, available to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in Cumberland and York counties and the city of Bangor, Maine.
Infinity FCU is a not-for-profit cooperative organization owned by its members and guided by the vision “We do banking differently to keep you a step ahead in life.” For more information about Infinity FCU, please visit http://www.infinityfcu.com.