Get ready to meet with a TD Personal Banker

TD advisors based out of our TD branches are now called TD Personal Bankers, excluding Quebec. Titles for our Quebec employees have not changed.

Our TD Personal Bankers provide the same dedication, guidance, and support to our customers as they always have. Our mission remains to continuously evolve in helping our customers with decisions around personal banking and money matters, including everyday banking, credit cards, mortgages, loans, lines of credit, as well as saving and personal investment products including RESPs, TFSAs, RRSPs and mutual funds. No matter what your financial goals are, we’re ready to help with our advice, expertise, and experience.

What is a TD Personal Banker?

A TD Personal Banker helps their clients with decisions around money matters, personal finances, and investments.

Do you need a TD Personal Banker?

These days, you can access a lot of information about saving and investing online. There’s a lot you can do on your own. But that takes time – and confidence – which you may or may not have yet. And that’s okay.

What documents do you need before meeting a TD Personal Banker?

It's a good idea to gather up and review relevant financial documents before your appointment with your TD Personal Banker.

Documents to gather and bring with you may include:

  • Personal tax information
  • Mortgage statements
  • Health and/or insurance group benefits
  • Mutual funds statements
  • TFSA and/or RSP statements
  • RESP statements
  • Insurance policies
  • A copy of your household budget if you have one

Prepare a list of questions to ask a TD Personal Banker.

In most cases, a TD Personal Banker will lead the meeting and ask questions to get a better understanding of your current needs and personal goals. But it's important to bring a list of any questions you would like them to address.

Here are some questions you may want to consider asking depending on your situation:

  • Does my current investment strategy still align with my personal goals?
  • Based on my budget and monthly expenses, how much should I try to save as an emergency fund?
  • If I'm thinking about a real estate purchase or sale, what is important for me to know right now?
  • Am I using loans, credit cards or other lending products in the most optimal way for my needs?
  • If my job, family, or other personal circumstances have changed, how can my banking change to meet any new needs?

And remember – there's no such thing as a silly question.

Be open to re-evaluating your financial goals and plans

While you may be comfortable with your current financial plan, as markets and your finances change, it’s important to be open to the idea that your plan may need to change. Having a flexible mindset and being open and honest with your TD Personal Banker can help ensure that your financial concerns, both immediate and long-term, can get addressed through the creation of a financial plan that works for your specific circumstances.

Book an appointment with a TD Personal Banker

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