Savings and Money Market Accounts

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Our accounts can help you reach your savings goal.

TD Simple Savings Account ›

Great for building your savings or if you have a young saver in the family.

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TD Growth Money Market Account ›

Get rewarded for growing your savings each month.

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TD Preferred Savings Account ›

Earn more when you keep a higher balance and link an eligible account.

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All TD Bank savings accounts include:

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Rates are subject to change at any time without notice.

1Linked eligible TD Bank personal checking account required. See the Personal Deposit Account Agreement for more details.

2Government Regulation D permits only 6 pre-authorized or electronic withdrawals, including checks from a savings or money market account per monthly cycle. See the Personal Deposit Account Agreement for more details.

3Eligible accounts include TD Bank personal mortgage, home equity, credit card or active personal or small business checking accounts. An active checking account must have three customer-initiated deposit, withdrawal, payment or transfer transactions each month to qualify for the rate bump during the following month.

4For non-TD ATM transactions, the institution that owns the terminal (or the network) may assess a fee (surcharge) at the time of your transaction or balance inquiries.

5TD Bank Mobile Deposit is available to Customers with an active checking, savings or money market account and using a supported, internet-enabled iOS or Android device with a camera. Other restrictions may apply. Please refer to the Mobile Deposit Addendum.

6To access your TD Savings or Money Market account at an ATM, add your account as a secondary account on an existing TD Bank Debit Card, or request an ATM-only card. TD Savings or Money Market accounts cannot be the primary account on a TD Bank Debit Card.

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