Here are the pros and cons of youth sports bank accounts at each of the four banks we talked to: Bank of America, US Bank, Wells Fargo, and Citibank. Keep in mind, your mileage may vary and banks change their pricing all the time.
Youth sports organizations across the country, regardless of sport, need low-cost checking accounts to run their teams effectively. A bank account is important to a youth sports team because it is a hub for the organization’s finances, which enables teams to collect payments, pay for expenses, and much more.
Want to know how to be a team treasurer? We've got you covered. From the most important tasks before the season, during the season, and after the season to budgeting and communication tips, we break down the ins and outs of being the treasurer for a youth sports team.
Team fee collections are a big part of managing a club or travel team. Different sports have their own ways of organizing the collections process depending on the size of the club or team and how their budgets are set up. To help you decide which is the best method for your team, here are a few different models that youth sports teams use and the pros and cons of each.