TD Bank savings account rates

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TD Bank offers savings accounts that will pay you more interest when you link another account and maintain larger balances. However, even with the best rate available, you can still find other banks offering higher payouts.

On the other hand, TD Bank is known for offering good customer service and solid digital banking tools. But if you’re looking for the best rates, you will want to look elsewhere.

TD Bank earned a 2.7 out of 5 in Bankrate’s overall rating of the bank.

TD Bank savings rates

Here are the interest rates offered on TD Bank’s savings accounts.

Account name Interest rate APY Minimum deposit
TD Simple Savings 0.05% 0.05% $0

Here are the bank’s tiered interest rates.

Account name APY Minimum daily deposit to earn APY
TD Beyond Savings 0.01% $0.01-$19,999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.05% $20,000-$49,999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.05% $50,000-$99,9999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.05% $100,000-$249, 999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.10% $250,000-$9,999,999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.10% $10,000,000+

Here are the bank’s tiered interest rates with a rate bump for savings customers who also link an eligible TD Bank product.

Account name APY Minimum daily deposit to earn APY
TD Beyond Savings 0.10% $0,01-$19,999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.35% $20,000-$49,999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.50% $50,000-$99,999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.60% $100,000-$249,999.99
TD Beyond Savings 0.75% $250,000+

Note: The APYs (Annual Percentage Yield) shown are as of July 3, 2020. The APYs for some products may vary by region.

How TD Bank savings rates compare to top-yielding banks

TD Bank’s Simple Savings account offers almost no interest. The bank’s Beyond Savings account, which requires a $250,000 balance to earn the highest rate, pays more than the national average. However, you can still find online savings accounts that pay more.

If you want to earn a higher interest rate, consider a competitor like Marcus by Goldman Sachs or CIT BankShop around to find the best rates to help you hit your savings goals quicker.

Other savings options at TD Bank

TD Bank offers a money market account; however, it generally pays a lower rate than its savings accounts. The bank also offers CDs with mostly uninspiring rates.

If you’re looking for an alternative to the bank’s savings account but want to stick with the brand, one of the bank’s shorter-term CDs can offer you a higher rate, especially if you pair it with a TD checking account.

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