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Identifying your account information is easy:

If you have a cheque  

Don't Have a Cheque?
 
If you do NOT have a cheque, you can locate your account information in Easyweb on the Accounts screen by selecting your account. 
 
The first set of numbers (4 digits) is your branch (transit) number. The second set (7 digits) is your account number. 
 
Transit or Branch Number:
Your branch transit number is a 5-digit number comprised of your 4-digit branch number, followed by a number indicating the geographical location of your branch.
 
You can find your branch number by using our Branch Locator
 
Check your geographical region:
  • British Columbia and Yukon: 0, 
  • Western Quebec including Montreal and surrounding area: 1,
  • Ontario including Toronto and surrounding area: 2, 
  • Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland (excluding Labrador): 3.
  • New Brunswick: 4, 
  • Eastern Quebec including Labrador: 5, 
  • Eastern Ontario including Ottawa and surrounding area: 6, 
  • Manitoba and North-Western Ontario: 7, 
  • Saskatchewan: 8,
  • Alberta, Northwest Territories and Nunavut: 9, 
Financial Institution Number (Bank Code):
The financial institution number for TD Canada Trust is 004.
 
Designation Number:
The designation number helps us know which branch the cheque is related to. Designation number is generally 4 digits, which is your TD branch location number, and then an extra digit to represent the province.
 
Account Number:
If your account number only has 6 digits but a form requires 7, simply add a 0 to the start. For example, 123456 is 0123456.

 

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