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7 Key Benefits of a Tax-Free Savings Account
  • Contribute up to $6,000 tax-free for 2020
  • You are not required to have earned income to contribute
  • Withdraw money for any reason – without being taxed
  • Choose from a variety of investment options: Mutual Funds, GICs and Savings Deposits
  • You don't lose the contribution room if you make a withdrawal, but you do need to wait until the next year to re-contribute the money
  • You can provide funds to your spouse for him or her to contribute to a Tax-Free Savings Account without being subjected to income attribution rules
  • If you don't contribute the maximum amount, you can carry forward your unused contribution room indefinitely. For example, if you contributed $2,500 to your TFSA in 2009, your contribution room for 2010 would be $7,500 ($2,500 carried forward from 2009 plus $5,000 for 2010).

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The Tax-Free Savings Account is a great new tax-sheltered account and, with the right advice, it can help you achieve your investment goals. But it all depends on your personal goals and situation. For example, if you've used your RRSP contribution room or cannot make RRSP contributions, the TFSA could be a solution for you. Another great investment planning opportunity is to potentially use your TFSA for income splitting with your spouse. Talk to us about creating a plan based on your needs.



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  • Flexible Investment Options
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