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September 16, 2014 12:57:11 PM
In reply to Jim, Sewell
Hi Jim, welcome to TD Helps and thanks for considering us for a youth Savings account!
To open this type of account you will need to provide a valid form of identification such as a State License, State ID or Passport. Acceptable forms of identification for minors include; School ID (preferably with a picture), Passport, US Birth Certificate or Social Security Card. It will be required to open this account at a TD Bank location. Click here: http://bit.ly/TDStores to find a TD Bank near you.
This link: http://bit.ly/1wocfJs may be helpful as it contains detailed information on the Savings account that we offer.
Hope this helps, Jim and have a wonderful day!
Sandy D, Mount Laurel
September 16, 2014 12:58:21 PM
HI, is your youth savings account the same as a UTMA or a UGMA account? Basicallly I need to set up a account for my children where 15% of their earnings can be deposited
January 19, 2016 01:26:38 PM
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In reply to clementina, hawthorne
Hello Clementina and thanks for coming to TD Helps today.
We do offer Savings accounts which you can choose to be an UTMA account for your children. When you're ready feel free to look at the response above for further information.
Let us know if you have any other questions and take care!
Sandy D, Mount Laurel
January 19, 2016 01:27:54 PM
In reply to Sandy, Mount Laurel
If I know their social security number but don't have the actual card is that ok?
July 26, 2016 07:22:23 PM
In reply to Stephanie, Philadelphia
Thanks for joining the conversation, Stephanie.
It would be required to have the physical Social Security Card to open the account for the minor. If you do not have a Social Security card, you may wish to use any of the other forms of identification listed above.
We hope this clears up your question. Take care!
Shanika A, Mount Laurel
July 26, 2016 07:23:26 PM