Savings+ accounts are available to consumers who are citizens or permanent residents of the fifty United States (“U.S.”) and the District of Columbia who are at least 18 years of age, 19 in Alabama and Nebraska, and 21 in Mississippi and Puerto Rico with a valid Social Security number or Tax Identification Number. The life benefit portion of Savings+ is only offered to those between the ages of 18-79.
Articles in this section
- Do I need to pay a fee in order to have a Savings account?
- Why do you need my SSN (Social Security Number)?
- How do I know my personal information is secure?
- Why was I denied a savings+ account?
- What are some common reasons for identity verification failure?
- How can an applicant ensure a successful identity verification process?
- What personal information do I need to be eligible to open Savings+ account?
- What is identity verification?
- Are there age eligibility requirements for Savings+?