I received a question from someone who has a child in junior high school and high school about the bank seal of the child.
The content was, "Until now, the same bank stamp as the parent's bank book was used for the child's passbook, but is it better to make the bank stamp of the person himself?"
Therefore, when we conducted a questionnaire on the timing of making bank stamps for children, the following 4 patterns were the most common results.
1) At birth
2) When opening a bank account for your child
3) When entering or graduating from school
When you open a bank account, you can use only a bank seal instead of a registered seal. Therefore, it seems that there are cases where the account is made with the same stamp as the parent. However, when you hand over the account to your child in the future, you will have to register a new seal in any case.
Therefore, there is no set timing for creating a bank account, but considering the time and effort, it is a good idea to prepare a bank seal for the child when opening an account for the child.
Digitalization is accelerating these days, but personally, I want my children to be able to understand the importance and weight of money by handing over stamps and passbooks in a visible way.
Next time, I will talk about the timing of making a child's stamp (registered seal).