TD Bank Near Me

Learn where to find TD Bank locations in your neighborhood.

TD Bank got its start in Portland, Maine, in 1852. Initially a small institution, the bank expanded and became People’s Heritage Bank in 1983, eventually rebranding as TD Bank in 2008. But, the expansion didn’t end there: In 2010 and 2011, TD Bank acquired banks in North Carolina, South Carolina and Florida to expand the reach of its banking services. If you’re a TD Bank customer, keep reading to learn how to find a nearby branch.

TD Bank Locations Near You

TD Bank has 1,300 branches in 15 states — plus Washington, D.C. — along the East Coast of the U.S. The states with the most branches are New York, with 270, New Jersey, with 259, Florida, with 154, and Massachusetts, with 144.

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To search TD Bank locations and find the most convenient branch for you, use TD Bank’s location finder. Here are more details on the number of TD bank locations in each state:

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Number of TD Bank Locations Per State
State Number of TD Bank Locations
Connecticut 72
District of Columbia 11
Delaware 13
Florida 154
Massachusetts 144
Maryland 22
Maine 47
North Carolina 16
New Hampshire 69
New Jersey 259
New York 270
Pennsylvania 94
Rhode Island 7
South Carolina 68
Virginia 22
Vermont 32


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TD Banking Services

You can access a range of banking services at the nearest TD Bank, including checking, savings and money market accounts. TD Bank also offers certificates of deposit, IRAs, and lending solutions. Your closest TD bank can also help with cross-board money management between the U.S. and Canada. For example, if you live in the U.S. but frequently visit Canada, you can link your account with TD Canada Trust to manage your funds more easily. In addition, TD Bank keeps up with technology by offering customers a mobile app for on-the-go account management, as well as a digital wallet that allows you to pay by scanning your phone instead of pulling a card out of your wallet.

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Learn: How to Find and Use Your TD Bank Login

FDIC Insurance at TD Bank

All bank accounts at TD Bank are covered by FDIC insurance. The first $250,000 of your money in each category of account are protected. The categories include individual accounts, joint accounts, retirement accounts and business accounts. For example, if you have an individual account with $200,000 and a joint account with $230,000, all of your money is protected in the event the bank goes out of business.

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Best National Bank

TD Bank was named GOBankingRates’ Best National Bank of 2017 for multiple reasons: Its many locations and mobile banking options make it easy for customers to manage their finances. In addition, its financial products and competitive interest rates make banking a TD an attractive option for those who are committed to building savings alongside their other investments.

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Michael Keenan

Michael Keenan is a writer based in the Kansas City area, specializing in personal finance, taxation, and business topics. He has been writing since 2009 and has been published by Quicken, TurboTax and The Motley Fool.

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