Everything but the envelope
The information in your online bank statement is same as it is in the paper version. You can also access everything else that would've been in the envelope—check images, bank notices and special offers.
Your 1099-INT is also presented online each January and remains available for three years.
To view your statements and check images, log in to tiaadirect.com and select Statements.
Your monthly statement includes your Interest Checking, CD, High Yield Savings and Money Market accounts. If you have a mortgage or home equity line of credit with us, you’ll receive separate statements for each.
To stop receiving your bank statements by mail, just change your delivery preference.
It can take 1-2 months for this change to take effect, so you might receive your next statement or two by mail.
They're scanned images of cleared checks (aka cancelled checks) written from your Interest Checking and Money Market accounts.
Officially called IRS Form 1099-INT, your "1099" is a summary of the interest income earned on your checking, savings, money market and CD accounts, and on US Savings bonds. Each January, you (and the IRS) will receive your 1099-INT from each bank that paid more than $10 in interest on those accounts.
Here’s what a 1099-NT looks like:
Source: Internal Revenue website
You'll receive a 1099-INT if the combined interest earned on all your TIAA Direct deposit accounts exceeds $10 for the calendar year.
When your 1099-INT is available online, you’ll receive an email. With joint accounts, the email is sent to the primary account owner, who is the only one who can view the 1099-INT online.