This week I am focusing on TFSA's and clearing up some common misunderstandings to help you ensure you maximize the benefits you achieve from your investment portfolio.
One of the most common questions I get as a wealth advisor is: “Which type of retirement account should I put my money into…an RRSP, which is a Registered Retirement Savings Plan, or a TFSA, which is a Tax Free Savings Account?
Which one should you put your money into? Here's what you need to know to make the right decision for you:
1. Realize a TFSA is an investment account, not a savings account.
2. Use your TFSA is for any windfalls you may receive
3. Keep track of your contributions and withdrawals
4. Understand the residency requirements
5. Make your spouse a successor holder, not a beneficiary
How do your TFSA contributions compare to other Canadians your age?
CRA Tax Free Savings Account Guide
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