Set your young adult up for financial success with the right money management tools. Help transition financial responsibilities by setting up your child up with services designed to help deposit money, monitor accounts and guard against fraud.
Here are a few options that may benefit your young adult.
Anytime, anywhere banking
Mobile Banking & Mobile Deposit
Your young adult can check balances, pay bills, deposit and transfer money and find the nearest ATM or bank location from a smartphone. If child is going out of state, there is no need to switch banks. We can go anywhere. Download our Mobile Banking app. Once downloaded, you can sign up for Mobile Deposit.
Message, data rates, fees and deposit restrictions may apply. Subject to eligibility. Funds may not be available for immediate withdrawal.
Guard your account
With Text Banking, your young adult can set up text alerts and be notified anytime a transaction occurs on an account. This is a great fraud detection tool, as well as a budget tool to track account balances and monitor account activity 24/7.
Message and data rates and fees may apply.
We pay you to bank with us!
Let your young adult enjoy the same rewards you do. We offer a variety of Rewards Checking accounts that meet your spending or saving preferences.
Some restrictions apply. Visit RCBbank.com/rewards to learn more.
A money-saving, easy-tracking way to pay bills.
Online Bill Pay
With Online Banking and Bill Pay, your young adult can pay bills to companies, institutions or individuals in one location. Saves time and money. Schedule payments in advance or set them up to recur each month. Also, our calendar and history features, lets your young adult see past and future payments at a glance – a great budget too.
Some restrictions apply. eBills may not be available for some companies.
Money management in one convenient location.
Online Banking allows your young adult to bank whenever, wherever. He or she can make payments, transfer money, view monthly statements and set up email alerts for practically anything. Stay in the in clear with alerts for insufficient funds or low balances – great for young adults just starting out.
It’s important to remind your children never to bank while using public Wi-Fi.
Learn more about online and mobile banking best practices at on our Security Center.
Access more resources in our Learning Center to help you and your young one during their transition of finanical responsibilities.