Help your teen become financially responsible with Go Money savings accounts and loans.
- Free checking with debit card
- Free Online Banking and Mobile Deposit
- Discount on Auto Loans
- Student Loans
- Low rate Visa designed for establishing good credit
Go Money Financial Education
Learn crucial basics like how to balance a checkbook, how to build a strong credit history and how loans work.
- Understanding Credit - Learn how credit works and avoid becoming a victim of predatory lenders
- What's a Checking Account - Learn about deposits, balancing and overdrafts
- Credit History - Good credit is key for getting a job, lower insurance rates, renting an apartment and more
- Credit Card Smarts - Learn how to choose a credit card and use it responsibly
- Your First Car - Learn how to research, negotiate and plan a budget for your first car purchase
Ratings & Reviews
"Our teens like the Go! Money account. They each have their own debit card and manage their accounts online. We have them linked to our account so that we can easily move money into their accounts as well! So convenient!"
"My son recently opened his first Go! Money Account at Rivermark. He had to read through several tutorials and answer questions on a quiz before he qualified. The tutorials use simple language to explain financial concepts that teens need to understand to be savvy spenders. When we went into the Hawthorne branch to open the account, the Rivermark representative was so respectful, really treated my teen as a responsible member. He was very impressed and learned a lot. I will make sure my younger son uses this feature when he is ready for his first checking account."
"We opened Go! Money Accounts for all three of our older children as Gifts a few years ago. After going through the tutorials and building their knowledge base they all agree this was the BEST PRESENT EVER! (It wasn't just the cash we opened the accounts with, it was the love and care they felt we were starting them out with) They have been pretty successful with the products and learned some great lessons a lot of their friends wish they had."