Small Business Banking
|Small businesses are a major part of the Canadian economy. If you are opening a small business in Canada, you’ll be working hard to make your business as successful as possible.|
At TD Canada Trust, we believe it’s our responsibility to work just as hard to help you achieve your goals. The first step is to get guidance from an expert in Canadian business banking who can help you choose the business banking services that are right for you.
Our Business Banking Specialists and Small Business Advisors are specially trained to understand the needs of a small business. They have a wide range of business banking solutions tailored to specific businesses like yours.
Just a few of the areas we can help you with include:
- Managing your cash flow with options such as a small business credit card and business overdraft protection that are designed to support your cash flow goals.
- Preparing a solid business plan for your company, no matter how large or small the enterprise.
- Lightening your administrative load, leaving you more time to manage your business.
- Keeping your employees happy with benefits provided through the TD Future Builder™ Group Savings Plan, a great way to attract and keep key employees.
- Helping the next generation to take over the business and minimize tax consequences through Business Succession Planning.
Meet with a TD Canada Trust Small Business Advisor or Business Banking Specialist to see how we can help you build your business. To arrange a meeting, simply visit a TD Canada Trust branch.
To make your business banking even more convenient, many TD Canada Trust branches are open late—on average, 50% longer than other Canadian banks. This gives you more time to concentrate on YOUR business during business hours.
TD Canada Trust Small Business Banking accounts are convenient, economical and easy to use
To open your business account, here’s what you need to do:
Step 1: Determine which Small Business Account you would like to set up.
Based on your transaction pattern, we have a Business Chequing Account Service Plan tailored to meet your needs. Speak with one of our Small Business Advisors at your local branch to determine which plan is best for you!
Step 2: Find out what information you need to bring with you to set up an account.
Click here for a list of documents needed to open a new bank account.
Step 3: For more information or to apply, visit your local TD Canada Trust branch to speak with a Small Business Advisor.
Business Banking Specialists and Small Business Advisors are ready to serve you at many TD Canada Trust branches.
A type of credit that covers a bank account if a cash withdrawal, cheque or debit causes the balance to fall below $0, a situation known as an “overdraft”. Interest is charged until enough money is deposited into the account to cover the amount of the overdraft. ODP can be arranged for both business and personal accounts and may require that a monthly fee be paid, in addition to interest.
For more information about products & services, visit a TD Canada Trust branch.
Come in and talk with us today.