I have been doing business with the IMKCFCU my entire life and Jessica has had an account for around 20 years. We have always received excellent service whether it be for a loan, a money transfer, or just cashing a paycheck. The entire staff is great! Last year, we started a nonprofit youth mentoring program called HardCore Scripture Outdoors. We teach kids how to hunt, fish, and trap. We also teach them about conservation and help them become productive members of society. We had lots of questions about setting up a nonprofit account, so we set up a meeting with Robin Strauss and she was incredible. She walked us through the process start to finish, answered all of our questions, and gave us the information we needed to get started. We know with sponsorships and donations for the community, the children we serve will be better for our efforts. Thank you, IMKCFCU! Keep up the good work!
Uniform Transfers to Minors Act (UTMA)
Under the UTMA, an adult may make an irrevocable transfer to a minor (under 18 years of age). A custodian is appointed to manage and control the custodial property until the minor reaches the age of majority (18), if not later but under no circumstances beyond age twenty-one (21). Generally the transfer results in a tax advantage to the transfer or donor.
There are no minimum balance requirements. A UTMA account earns the same dividend rate as a regular savings account. Dividends are compounded and credited to the account quarterly on the average daily balance.