Pay Bills Online With TD Bank Bill Pay

Bill Pay benefits and features

  • Pay any bill, to anyone
    Pay anyone in the U.S., from your rent to your gym membership
  • Easy to set up and use
    Set up bills and make payments quickly and easily. Some bills may be available for next-day payment
  • Receive bills and alerts electronically
    Get electronic bills (eBills) sent directly to Bill Pay from many companies and set up e-mail alerts to notify you when there's a new eBill
  • Safe and secure
    We're committed to providing you a secure online experience. Read more about our Online Security Commitment

Log in to Online Banking to get started

ACH electronic payments

  • Rush payments may be available
    If the company you're paying can receive electronic funds transfers (ACH) payments, you may be able to issue rush same-day payment for a small fee1 or a next-day payment at no additional cost
  • How to tell if a biller accepts ACH
    Check next available payment date. If it's the next day, you can pay via ACH
  • Pay all your bills in one convenient, scheduled bundle
    ACH makes it easy to schedule payments to multiple companies at the same time

Payments by check

  • Set up Bill Pay and we'll do the rest
    For companies that don't accept ACH, we'll send a check to arrive on your scheduled payment date. The money will be withdrawn from your account when the check is cashed
  • Rush payments are not available
    Since paper checks must be generated and mailed, rush payment is not available but you can choose your delivery date. Processing and delivery take a minimum of 5 days (USPS delivery times may vary)

Get the most out of Bill Pay

Whether you're new to Bill Pay or you've used it before, here are a few simple tips:
  • Double- and triple-check any numbers you enter, especially biller account numbers, addresses and payment amounts
  • Your funds may be withdrawn up to 2 business days after your payment date (for ACH) or when the check is cashed (for paper check)
  • To help you avoid overdrafts, you might consider the money withdrawn as soon as you schedule the payment
  • Once you've enrolled in eBills, you can also set up alerts in Online Banking and the TD Bank app to notify you of new bills
  • To modify a recurring bill payment series, consider canceling the entire series and creating a new one

Learn more with Bill Pay tutorials

See how convenient and easy Bill Pay is with our interactive digital tutorials for Online Banking or the TD Bank app.

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Take the next step to get Bill Pay

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Log in to the TD Bank app or Online Banking to enroll and set up Bill Pay

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