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Money 101 for Teens

How to start and stay on track of your money

Start to learn and grow your money skills today, so you can become more financially prepared for tomorrow

It's time to start thinking about what you might do with your first paycheck, how to start saving for your first car, and what you might want to do after high school. You and your parents can find the options that work for you.

Open the Key to Savings

How to track your spending

Deposit your money

Having your paycheck directly deposited into a checking or savings account may be a great way to help you save and keep track of your money.

Access your money

You can make purchases using your debit card or with your eligible mobile device quickly and easily – all while building your money management skills.

Manage your money

Use account alerts to monitor your balances and budgeting tools to stay on track with your spending


 Need a checking account? 

Develop real-world money management skills to last a lifetime. Teen Checking


Wells Fargo Mobile®

Manage your money anytime, anywhere on your smartphone or tablet. Check your account balances, transfer funds between accounts, deposit checks, and send and receive money on the go.

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 Get College Ready 

Whether you're just beginning to prepare for college or well on your way, get all the college financial know-how you'll need. Get Started


Going to college

If you are preparing to go to college, we're here to help you get ready and learn about your options.


Entering the workforce

If you are planning to go straight to work right out of high school, you can explore our tools and resources to help you get started, including creating a budget and tips for managing expenses.


Considering the military or civil service

If you are considering the military or other civil service after high school, we have a variety of products and services to meet the specific needs of servicemembers.

Explore Military Banking