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I am on the board of a local not for profit 501c3 organization for childrens soccer. The entire club is volunteer basis only for the benefit of the children. I was wondering what fees are associated with a checking account for a 501c3 organization, including check fees?
Marcia, Gray, ME
February 20, 2015 06:28:30 PM
In reply to Marcia, Gray, ME
Thanks for considering TD for your banking needs, Marcia! It'll be our pleasure to tell you more about what we can offer for your soccer league.
We'd like to take a moment to let you know more about the account options available using the links we'll provide in just a moment. Once you have found an account you like, you can click on the "View Account Guide" link which is listed below each account title. Once this page opens, it will review in detail any fees which may apply on that type of account.
Our business products are designed to make your business banking hassle-free. For information and comparisons on the different types of Business Accounts TD Bank offers, feel free to visit http://bit.ly/1uCacgJ. Or, take a look here to get a customized recommendation with our Business Checking Selector: http://bit.ly/1lGeYmw. Although the business account options we offer are the same for profit and non-profit organizations alike, we'll be happy to help you find an account that works with your needs.
To answer any questions you may have or to make an appointment at one of our Stores near you, please call 855-278-8988 to speak with a TD Bank Business Specialist. Or, to request a call back for an appointment, please follow this link: http://bit.ly/1qXQhdr. We ask that you do not include any confidential information such as Social Security numbers, Tax Identification numbers, or account numbers via email.
Once you have your appointment or are ready to stop in to one of our Stores during lobby hours, please take a look here: http://bit.ly/TDStores, where a Customer Service Representative would be happy to help with the account opening process. To open the account, you'll need your Social Security number and a valid personal ID such as a Passport or Driver's License. For the non-profit, you'll also want to include the non-profit Tax Identification number, legal name and physical address, as well as your Formation documents (filed with the state), Certificate of Good Standing (issued by the state or county) or the State website report. If you're unsure which documents you may need, you're welcome to contact your preferred Store prior to stopping in.
We hope this helps you get started, Marcia. Thanks again for your interest and we hope we'll be doing business together soon!
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
February 20, 2015 06:31:07 PM