You can apply online by following a few steps. If you’re already a TD Bank customer, you can log in and certain fields of the application will already be populated with the information that you have on file.
- Go to the provider’s site and follow the steps to apply.
- Select Open account on TD Bank’s website.
- Enter your full name, phone number and email address. Select Next.
- Enter your home address. Select Next.
- Enter your Social Security number, date of birth and driver’s license number. Select Next.
- Tell TD more about your employment status, including your employment industry and annual income.
- Review your submitted information and make any necessary changes.
You can apply for this account if you meet these requirements.
- Be a US citizen
- Be at least 18 years old
- Reside in Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia or Washington, DC.
- Have a Social Security number
- Have a valid bank account
You need some key information to fill out your application for this account.
- Primary home address, email and phone number
- Social Security number
- Driver’s license or valid state ID
- Bank account number and routing number of the account you plan to use to fund your savings account
In addition to surcharge-free TD ATM access and FDIC insurance, this account offers the following perks:
- Waive monthly fees. The $5 monthly maintenance fee can be waived if:
- You’re 18 or younger, or 62 or older
- You’re a full-time student between ages 17 and 23 and link a TD Convenience Checking account
- You maintain a daily account balance of at least $300
- You link a TD Student Checking, TD Relationship Checking or
TD Beyond Checking account
- You set up a monthly transfer of at least $25 from a linked TD Bank Checking account. Only waives the monthly fee for the first 12 months from account opening.
- Free automatic transfers. Set up automatic transfers from linked accounts for free.
- No minimum opening deposit. Open a TD Bank Simple Savings account with any amount.
Besides the $5 monthly maintenance fee, there are a few other drawbacks to be wary of:
- Unclear interest rates. TD states on its website that interest rates for its Simple Savings account vary by state, so you need to contact customer service to find out what you qualify for. As of April 2022, the current APY for New York City residents is 0.02%.
- Limited availability. The TD Bank Simple Savings account is only available to residents of Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Vermont, Virginia and Washington, DC.
If you prefer a high-yield savings account with more branch locations, keep looking. As always, explore your options when choosing a savings account.
Use the table below to see how the TD Simple Savings account stacks up against its competitors.
Access the funds in your TD Bank Simple Savings account in one of four ways:
- Online deposit. Transfer funds electronically to and from an externally linked account.
- Mobile check deposit. With TD’s Mobile Banking app for Android and iOS, deposit a check into your account with your mobile device.
- ATM. Deposit funds and withdraw cash using your debit card from any TD ATM.
- In person. Visit a TD Bank branch to access your funds in person.
You can reach TD Bank’s customer service in the following ways:
- Phone. Call 888-751-9000, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
- Social media. Reach out to TD on Facebook or Twitter for a response within one business day.
- In person. If you prefer chatting face to face, visit your local TD Bank branch during business hours to speak with a customer service representative.
Savings account ratings
★★★★★ — Excellent
★★★★★ — Good
★★★★★ — Average
★★★★★ — Subpar
★★★★★ — Poor
We analyze top savings accounts and rate them one to five stars based on factors that are most important to you. These factors include: interest rates, monthly fees, minimum deposits, customer service and account features.
Read the full methodology of how we rate savings accounts.