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I'm 16 and I was planning to split a check into checking and savings.
September 21, 2015 12:21:55 PM
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In reply to AJ, Vancouver
Hi there AJ!
Thanks for visiting us on TD Helps today.
We'd like to let you know that the options available to you for accessing your account can depend on whether you are a joint owner or a beneficiary on the account.
If you jointly own your checking and savings, you'll be able to deposit funds, as well as withdraw money, check your balance, and inquire about the account on your own without the need for your parents (or the joint owner) to be present.
If you're listed as a minor/beneficiary on the accounts, then you should be able to make a deposit on your own if you bring the account numbers with you. However, kindly note that if this is the case, you won't be able to withdraw any funds or obtain any other info about the account, including balances. The account custodian(s) would be able to do this for you on your behalf.
If you're not certain which of these applies to you, we recommend checking with the other account owner/custodian for more info about the account. If they are not sure, please have them reach us 24/7 at 888-751-9000 and after account verification, we'll be happy to provide more info.
When you're ready to make a deposit, feel free to visit any TD Bank Store listed here: http://bit.ly/TDStores.
We hope this answers your question, AJ!
Please write back if you think of anything else and we'll see you soon!
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
September 21, 2015 12:23:29 PM
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