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From studying for your exams to choosing a major, you’ve got a lot of things to think about. We can help you plan your finances so hopefully money doesn’t have to be one of them.

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Frequently asked questions

You can continue enjoying the benefits of the TD Student Chequing Account until you turn 23 years old. When you turn 23, your account will automatically convert to a fee-based TD chequing account that can meet your evolving banking needs.

However, if you are still a full-time student in post-secondary education, you can continue to keep this account with proof of enrollment after the age of 23.

Creating and managing a budget while attending post-secondary education is a great way to help you monitor your expenses and avoid overspending. Use the Student Budget Calculator to help you figure out how much money you'll need to get through the school year.

Stay on top of your finances with these personal finance tips.  

You must be the age of majority in your province or territory of residence to apply for a credit card. We have a range of credit cards for students to choose from, including ones that earn reward points or cash back, or one with a low interest rate and low annual fee. Learn more about credit cards.  

With a Student Line of Credit, you can access credit conveniently and make interest-only payments while you study, giving you an opportunity to also build your credit history. Learn more about our Student Line of Credit benefits & options.

Absolutely! It's a simple and straightforward process. Check out our resources that will help support your banking needs as an international student in Canada.

Get started with the TD International Student Banking Package.

It is possible to keep your TD Student Chequing Account and remove your parent or legal guardian access.

If the account is Joint, then you can remove their access by visiting a TD branch with your parent or legal guardian.

If it is a single account, then only the named account holder (Youth) will have access to the account. Your parent or guardian does not have access.

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