Small Business Banking
Private Client Group
Personal Financial Services
For the quickest answer, search previously asked questions below. Chances are, others have asked a similar question and there's already an answer waiting for you. If you can't find a match, ask a new question and our team members will answer.
September 20, 2014 07:45:16 AM
In reply to RoseMary, Ridgewood
We would like to thank you for joining us on TD Helps, RoseMary and we appreciate your interest in starting an account with us!
We see that you would like to open an account for your daughter's cheer team club, and for this, you would need to open a business account. To view the different types of Business Checking Accounts that we offer, visit: http://bit.ly/1uCacgJ . We also recommend visiting our web page as it can make a selection based on your business needs with the Business Checking Selector tool: http://bit.ly/1lGeYmw. If you need assistance while reviewing these options, a Business Banking Specialist would be happy to help via telephone at 855-278-8988. You may also request a call from a Small Business Banking Specialist. Click here: http://bit.ly/K9iZ78.
Once you've decided on the best account for you, we are happy to say, you may open your business account at any TD Bank location during lobby hours. For information on our TD Store hours and locations please visit, http://bit.ly/TDStores. You also have the option to contact one of our Banking Specialists 24/7 at 888-751-9000 to schedule an appointment for a time that is convenient for you.
Please be sure to provide additional information such as your business tax identification number (TIN): State Website Report, Filed or Certified Business Formation Documents, or Certificate of Good Standing/Existence. Additionally, you will need to bring the Corporate Resolution documents. If your Non-Profit Organization is not incorporated, no additional documentation is required for this account type.
Based on the type of business you described, this may be considered a Not-for-profit entity, if so please also provide your approved 501c3 designation as it is recognized by the US Internal Revenue Service Guidelines along with your approved Business Tax Identification Number (TIN). If you do not have a TIN for your business, you may still open an account with your Social Security number. Please note, that this account will be automatically presumed as a for-profit Sole-Proprietorship. You can check your State website for more specific information about how to obtain a TIN.
If your business account is going to have multiple signers, be sure to bring them with you to the TD Bank Store for the account opening process. All signers of the account will need the following documents: a valid photo I.D. (Driver's License, Passport, Military I.D. or State Issued I.D.) and their Social Security number. If any of the signers are non-residents of the US, they would need two valid forms of I.D. and complete a W-8Ben form. Please bring the Tax Identification Number for the business to the Store as well.
We hope this information answers all your questions, RoseMary, but please let us know if should you have any further questions. Have a great day!
Megan K, Mount Laurel
September 20, 2014 07:46:05 AM