TD Bank's redesigned checking lineup is widely varied but has a common thread — for five of its six new accounts, paper statements can cost a dollar a month.

In attaching part of its monthly fee to paper statements, TD is joining a growing cadre of financial institutions encouraging consumers to reduce their reliance on costly paper. Its move is more sweeping than most, in that the paper-statement fee applies to nearly all of its new accounts.

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