Pros

No monthly fee for TD Convenience Checking if you maintain a balance of at least $100.
Many of the 1,200 East Coast locations are open seven days a week.
$150 sign-up bonus for Convenience Checking customers.
No foreign debit card transaction fees.

Cons

$3 fee for non-TD Bank ATMs with TD Simple and TD Convenience checking accounts.
Earns 0.05% APY on Simple Savings; better rates available elsewhere.

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Overall

3.5

At TD Bank, a brick-and-mortar bank with a strong presence in the Eastern U.S., you’ll find straightforward accounts with average features. TD’s most attractive account may be Convenience Checking, which comes with a cool $150 bonus. To skirt the account’s $15 monthly fee, you’ll need to make sure you never dip below the $100 minimum daily balance.

Ratings methodology | Updated April 11, 2018

Checking

4.0

You can choose among three main types of TD Bank checking accounts, including TD Simple, a no-minimum-balance account, and TD Premier, where you’ll earn a small amount of interest if you carry a balance of $2,500 or more. The drawback for TD Simple: It has a mandatory monthly fee of $5.99, but there are no transaction requirements.

To qualify for a bonus of $150 or $300, new customers need to open a checking account online and receive direct deposits of at least $500 (TD Convenience) or $2,500 (TD Premier) within the first 60 days.

Also of note: If you travel, TD Bank offers a nice perk — no foreign debit card transaction fees. And for customers who visit Canada, there’s no charge to use TD Canada Trust ATMs.

TD Simple Savings
APY
0.05%
Min. balance for APY
$1

at TD Bank,

Member, FDIC

Certificate of Deposit
APY
0.60%
Min. balance for APY
$10,000
Length of term
5 years

at TD Bank,

Member, FDIC

TD Premier Checking℠
APY
0.05%
Monthly fee
$25
Balance to waive monthly fee
$2,500

at TD Bank,

Member, FDIC

How does TD Bank compare?

TD Bank

TD Simple Savings

NerdWallet Rating

at TD Bank,

Member, FDIC

APY

0.05%

Monthly Fees

$5

Bonus features

Mobile-friendly

Goldman Sachs Bank USA

Online Savings

NerdWallet Rating

at Goldman Sachs Bank USA,

Member, FDIC

APY

1.85%

Monthly Fees

$0

Bonus features

No Monthly Fee

Competitive APY

American Express National Bank

High Yield Savings Account

NerdWallet Rating

at American Express National Bank,

Member, FDIC

APY

1.75%

Monthly Fees

$0

Bonus features

No Monthly Fee

Competitive APY

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The couple things i dont like is that when you have to cancel sending your own money you get charged and bank fees are high and the td app hardly works
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After depositing and withdrawing from a savings account for 7 years I was not allowed to withdraw when out of state not because they didn’t believe I was who I said I was or that my name is on the account but because of a bank error on a signature card from 5 years ago. So despite the fact that I deposited and withdrew cash as recently as in the past 4 days they decided that when I was 850 miles from home that they couldn’t allow me to withdraw cash due to a “technicality”. This is their “customer driven” business model?
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