Banking Advice for Seniors (60+)

  • COVID-19: Stay up-to-date on our COVID-19 relief measures, banking solutions and timely advice.
  • Self-serve banking: Learn how you can bank from the comfort of your own home.
  • Fraud protection: Learn tips to protect yourself from fraud, scams, identity theft and false offers.
  • Advice for your future: Whether it’s retirement, travel or your next big adventure, we want to help you plan for tomorrow.
  • Seniors’ rebate: Save on a wide variety of TD chequing accounts.
  • Accessibility: See how we make it possible for anyone to access our services.

COVID-19

As the pandemic challenges Canadians, we’re ready to help guide you with COVID-19 updates.

Self-serve banking

Bank from your home. Learn how with these tutorials.

How to register for TD online banking

Learn how to register your personal TD account for EasyWeb online banking.


How to log into TD online banking

This tutorial shows you how to log in using a temporary password received from EasyLine telephone banking when you call 1-866-222-34561-866-222-3456, or visiting your branch.



How to pay a Canadian bill online

Paying Canadian bills on EasyWeb is fast and simple. To get started, log into EasyWeb.




Fraud protection

Learn to identify and avoid the most common types of financial scams.

  • Telemarketing scams
    Fraudsters may use telemarketing to deceive you with phony offers. They may tell you they’re with TD, but we would never call to ask for your banking information. Don’t take the bait.
  • Identity fraud
    Identity theft is when someone uses your personal information without your knowledge or consent. Be mindful of sharing your personal information.
  • Romance scams
    Some fraudsters will develop an online romantic relationship with their targets before draining them of their savings. Learn how to protect yourself against these dishonest charmers.
  • Protecting your PINs
    Protecting your PIN is a necessary step in protecting you from potential card fraud.
  • Card copying and skimming
    Be aware of these methods of credit and debit card fraud so that you can avoid them.
  • How to spot the grandparent scam
    Learn to recognize when someone is trying to take advantage of your good nature with this common scam.


Seniors’ rebate

A rebate off the monthly fee for select chequing accounts is applicable to those 60 years of age and older.
Bank account
Seniors’ rebate
Monthly fee (after rebate)
$7.50
$22.45
$5.00
$11.95
$2.75
$8.20


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