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Hi, I currently share my bank account with my mom. I wonder if I can add my sister to the same checking account.
Ellen, New York
May 24, 2015 11:04:08 AM
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In reply to Ellen, New York
Thanks for writing in to TD Helps today, Ellen, and great question!
We're happy to tell you that Personal accounts may have up to four owners, and for business accounts, any number of signers may be listed. If you currently have a joint account that just lists you and your mom right now, you'll be able to add your sister to the account!
For your existing personal account, you can add your sister at any Store during lobby hours. She'll just have to visit with you and provide a valid form of ID, such as a Driver's License, State ID or Passport and her Social Security number. All other owners must also sign the Personal Account Maintenance Form at that time.
In case this is for your business account, to add a signer, the new signer can visit a TD Bank store with all existing signers to complete the proper documentation. Each signer must be able to provide their date of birth, Social Security Number if applicable, and valid identification.
We hope this helps and enjoy your holiday weekend, Ellen!
Kristen P, Mount Laurel
May 24, 2015 11:06:12 AM