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Fidelity® Youth Account: Earn $50 reward once account is activated

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Open a Fidelity® Youth Account for your teen, and $50 will be deposited into their account. No account fees or minimums.

Account Benefits:
  • Your teen will get a $50 reward once they download the Fidelity mobile app and activate their Youth Account.¹
  • No monthly fees or account minimums.
  • They can invest in stocks for as little as $1 with fractional shares.²
  • Your teen can learn to save and spend smarter with their own debit card with no domestic ATM fees.³
  • Teens can link their account to mobile payment apps like Venmo and PayPal.⁴
  • Parents can set up alerts and monitor their teen's account activity online, and through statements, trade confirmations and debit card transactions.
  • Dedicated Youth Learning Center to help jumpstart your teen's financial learning and build better money habits.
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Disclosures:
  • The Fidelity Youth Account can only be opened by a parent/guardian. Account eligibility limited to teens aged 13-17.
  • ¹Limited Time Offer. Terms Apply. Before opening a Fidelity Youth Account, you should carefully read the account agreement and ensure that you fully understand your responsibilities to monitor and supervise your teen's activity in the account.
  • ²Fractional share quantities can be entered out to 3 decimal places (.001) as long as the value of the order is at least $0.01. Dollar-based trades can be entered out to 2 decimal places (e.g. $250.00).
  • ³Your Youth Account will automatically be reimbursed for all ATM fees charged by other institutions while using the Fidelity® Debit Card at any ATM displaying the Visa®, Plus®, or Star® logos. The reimbursement will be credited to the account the same day the ATM fee is debited. Please note, for foreign transactions, there may be a 1% fee included in the amount charged to your account.
  • ⁴Venmo is a service of PayPal, Inc. Fidelity Investments and PayPal are independent entities and are not legally affiliated. Use a Venmo or PayPal account may be subject to their terms and conditions, including age requirements.
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This may be useful for parents/guardians looking to jump-start their kids financial learning
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Introducing the Fidelity Youth Account. Accessible through the Fidelity Mobile App [fidelity.com], the experience is customized for teens 13 to 17 to help them learn to save, spend, and invest.
For a limited time when you open a Fidelity Youth Account for your teen, they will get a $50 reward

Parent/guardian must have a Fidelity account first, so you can provide hands-on support, monitor their account, easily transfer money, and more. You can open accounts for yourself and your teen with no account fees or minimums.
  • Free Debit Card
    • Teens get a free debit card, with no subscription fees, no account fees, no minimum balances, and no domestic ATM fees
  • Save Early
    • Investing can help teens take advantage of compounding early to help them grow their money over time
  • Empowering teens with education
    • Teens can access a financial curriculum made just for them—so they can learn about saving, spending, investing, and more
  • Secure app
    • Teens can manage their money and invest using Fidelity's secure mobile app, plus link to payment apps like Venmo and PayPal.3
FAQ
  • Starting on January 24, 2022, when you (parent or guardian) initiate the opening of a new Youth Account and your teen (aged 13–17) downloads the Fidelity Mobile App and activates the new account, your teen will receive a $50 deposit as a reward
  • In order for your teen to receive the $50 reward offer, you (parent/guardian) must initiate the opening of a new Fidelity Youth Account through Fidelity.com/YouthAccount [fidelity.com] and your teen (aged 13–17) must download the Fidelity Mobile App and activate the new account on or after January 24, 2022
    • Parent/guardian must have their own Fidelity brokerage account to open an account for their teen.
    • Parent/guardian must initiate the application process and once completed, the teen will receive instructions on how to download the Fidelity Mobile App and activate their account.
    • No further investment or trading is required to qualify for the offer
    • Age of account applicant. Youth Accounts are only available for teens aged 13 to 17. If your teen is 18 or 19, they may apply for a different account type [fidelity.com] and/or offer instead
    • Limited to one offer per customer
    • Non-US residents are not eligible
  • The reward will be deposited directly to the eligible account within 10 calendar days after the teen has downloaded the Fidelity Mobile App and activated their account (which entails creating a username/password, and logging into the mobile app and accepting account agreements). Amounts deposited by Fidelity in the form of the reward will be initially held in the Fidelity Government Money Market Fund, the eligible account's core position.
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shsd asked this question on 02-23-2022 at 11:44 AM
03-02-2022 at 09:53 PM
From their web site:
You (parent/guardian) or your teen are encouraged to consult with a tax professional about appropriate tax reporting and treatment relating to this offer and the deposit of the reward in your teen's account.
03-03-2022 at 11:45 AM
From terms and conditions https://www.fidelity.com/go/youth-account/terms-conditions

Cumulative bonus awards credited to taxable accounts associated with your teen's social security number or tax identification number, as applicable, including those held at an affiliate of Fidelity, totaling $600 or more within a calendar year will appear on their consolidated Form 1099. You and your teen are encouraged to consult with your tax professional about appropriate tax reporting and treatment relating to this bonus award and the deposit of the bonus award in your account. Any taxes resulting from the bonus award are your teen's responsibility.
anothauserhere asked this question on 01-27-2022 at 01:09 PM
02-04-2022 at 08:17 PM
No the teen can access their account through fidelity website just like all other accounts.
03-03-2022 at 11:58 AM
My opinion: Usually the app store will let you install apps over wifi.
I don't know if the youth app is different from normal app. On the normal app I don't see a way to activate a new account. It should work to use a cell without a phone# attached. I would also try logging in on the website to create a username and password and accept the terms of service.

From Fidelity's pages:
"In order for your teen to receive the $50 reward offer, you (parent/guardian) must initiate the opening of a new Fidelity Youth Account through Fidelity.com/YouthAccount and your teen (aged 13–17) must download the Fidelity Mobile® App and activate the new account on or after January 24, 2022."

"The bonus award will be deposited directly to the eligible account within 10 calendar days after the teen has activated their account through the Fidelity Mobile App. "

"Your teen will get a push notification on their phone when the $50 reward has been deposited into their account."
Galahad asked this question on 04-06-2022 at 02:57 PM
04-06-2022 at 02:59 PM
Sorry for the clumsy way to put the info out there. Opened the account a few days ago after my daughter turned 13. Finished the enrollment today after they checked her ID papers. Logged into her account webpage and had the bad surprise to realize she will now be able to see the balance on two UTMA accounts in her name. Just something to be aware of.
05-02-2022 at 10:40 PM
This can be changed by contacting Fidelity and asking for a different identification number for this youth account that doesn't match directly to the child's SSN. It will then create a separate account for login purposes.
SpencerC88 asked this question on 01-26-2022 at 09:23 AM
02-01-2022 at 11:11 AM
Not sure. You can check out this site for bank bonuses. https://www.hustlermoneyblog.com/best-bank-promotions/

Typically, there won't be any bonuses for minors, but you could always open another account for bonus yourself.

Some credit unions offer Youth accounts for minors that offer semester earning credits for good grades. Just depends on where you're at and what's available. You can go to the credit union's website and see if something like that is available.

Good luck!
DeeDon asked this question on 02-06-2022 at 08:48 AM
02-17-2022 at 04:48 AM
Per Fidelity - How long does the $50 promotional offer last? This offer is available for a limited time and Fidelity reserves the right to terminate the offer at any time.
JakedUp asked this question on 02-23-2022 at 08:54 AM
03-02-2022 at 09:54 PM
No according to Fidelity.
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Anyone child get their $50 yet?
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Anyone child get their $50 yet?
My child still waiting on his $50.

UPDATE: Got the $50 on April 20.... now what should he invest this windfall in?
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They mostly suck these days. Were nice with matches and such when first out. ROTH or e-ROTH might be better but anyone interested in either should investigate.
Not really. They got more flexibility after the 2018 tax reform.
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Quote from IndigoMorning6118 :
Anyone child get their $50 yet?
Mine did. And if anyone is wondering, yes this deal works with the 100$ deal for a regular brokerage account. We got 150$ for free total….me by opening a regular brokerage account with the deal here on slickdeals, and then used the deal/code on here to open the teen account. The teen account got theirs within 2 days. Took 2 weeks post deposit for the 100$ to turn up in my regular brokerage account.
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Mine did. And if anyone is wondering, yes this deal works with the 100$ deal for a regular brokerage account. We got 150$ for free total….me by opening a regular brokerage account with the deal here on slickdeals, and then used the deal/code on here to open the teen account. The teen account got theirs within 2 days. Took 2 weeks post deposit for the 100$ to turn up in my regular brokerage account.
We got our $50 too. Does anyone know if the $100 is applicable to established accounts?

Thanks for replying.
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Perhaps CDs? I'd love to know too.
I bonds at today's rate for the next 6-months is hard to beat. And at $7k-10k saved, that's well below the $10k limit. You can educate them about inflation and compound interest. Investing in the stock market casino is another option, but potential short term losses might not be a good starting point. Could be something for later in the discussion about asset allocation and risk/reward ratios. As another mentioned, having them as authorized users for credit card is another good idea if not already done.
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Quote from IndigoMorning6118 :
We got our $50 too. Does anyone know if the $100 is applicable to established accounts?

Thanks for replying.
Don't think so. It's a promo for signing up.
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Does anyone know how to research index funds or ETFs or stocks by amount? I'm trying to teach my teen how to search given her low savings but can't find the option. TIA!
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Fidelity doesn't pay out bonuses. Myself and several people I know have bonuses that didn't get paid out from the FIDELITY100 promo. Fidelity claims the bonuses are pending but they never show up months later.
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It says one offer per customer. In this case is the child the customer or the adult? Can I open one for my child on my Fidelity account and have my wife open one for the same child on her Fidelity account and have my child get 2 accounts with 2 bonuses?
Child has to be the customer otherwise you wouldn't need their SSN to open. Even if they pushed that you are the customer then I would tell them they don't need child's SSN.
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My child still waiting on his $50.

UPDATE: Got the $50 on April 20.... now what should he invest this windfall in?
Total US Market* [vanguard.com] or S&P 500* [vanguard.com] ETFs would be good bets. Maybe partials of a company they are interested in? Microsoft. Tesla. Apple. Etc.

*Not financial advice. laugh out loud
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Total US Market* [vanguard.com] or S&P 500* [vanguard.com] ETFs would be good bets. Maybe partials of a company they are interested in? Microsoft. Tesla. Apple. Etc.

*Not financial advice. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...s/emot-LOL.gif
Actually he took my advice and invested his entire $50 windfall in FXAIX FIDELITY 500 INDEX FUND and now he's down to $49.57.
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Aaaaand, it's gone. It's all gone.
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Quote from stanlee.steemer :
Fidelity doesn't pay out bonuses. Myself and several people I know have bonuses that didn't get paid out from the FIDELITY100 promo. Fidelity claims the bonuses are pending but they never show up months later.
I received my Fidelity 100 bonus, and my son received his $50 youth reward.
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Are there any good accounts out there for a 2 and 5 year old?
Stockpile app
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