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TD Canada Trust offering up to $600 to Small Business clients

30 August 2011

TD Canada Trust is offering a great incentive for anyone who brings their business to them. When you bring your small business banking over to TD, you stand to earn up to $600 for opening and using certain business products. To earn this incentive, you need to choose TD business financial products by September 30th, 2011.

Small Business SolutionsRequirementsBonus
Business Chequing Account – Flexibility to meet your day-to-day needs- For a new Business Chequing Account (BCA) with one of our BCA Service Plans or Community/Not-For-Profit Plans
- You must qualify for and take advantage of one of the other products or services listed on this chart
TD Business Travel Visa Card – Valuable, flexible rewards- 30,000 Bonus TD Points upon approval valued at $150 in travel savings; and
- $100 credit applied to your TD Canada Trust Business Chequing Account when you make 10 purchases with your TD Business Travel Visa Card before November 30, 2011
Business Line of Credit – Access funds when you need them- For a new Business Line of Credit made available by November 30, 2011$100
TD Merchant Services – Earns your confidence so you can focus on leading your business- For a new Credit/Debit Payment Processing Service
- Credit or debit card payment processing must start by November 30, 2011 to qualify

How do I earn the incentive?

To earn the $600 there is definitely a lot of business financial products that need to be open, however realistically if you are running a small business then you would need most, if not all of them at your disposal.

The Business Chequing account is something you need, and depending on the account type you choice (there are 8), then you stand to get the monthly fees waived. The monthly fees range anywhere from $14.95/ month to $124.95/ month.

Having a business credit card is key for any small business owner; the fact is it can be difficult at times to keep track of your finances. Using a credit card eliminates the hassle, and realistically it isn’t a bad idea to have one seeing as you will most likely be making many purchases and racking up the reward points for future use.

Is the deal worth it?

In my opinion I do think it is worth it; the fact is you need to open an account anywhere for your business, why not TD?

Now I have never opened a small business account or had any experience dealing with TD on this level, however I do not see their customer service being anything different from what they offer personal business clients. As a reminder, TD is currently offering a great deal for anyone who switches to TD; those who switch can earn up to $250.

That being said, you have until September 30th, 2011 to fulfill the requirements listed before TD Canada Trust ends this promotion, so if you are in the market for a small business account and other financial products, then you may want to consider TD.

What do you think of the deal?



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Mike Wrote:

TD rocks!

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