TFSA stands for Tax-Free Savings Account and is a tax-free way of putting money aside for your financial goals.

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Don’t let the name fool you! Your TFSA doesn’t have to be a savings account. You can (and should) use this account to invest in the stock market. You can open a TFSA to hold stocks, bonds, ETFs and more, to supercharge your long term savings and meet your lifetime financial goals!

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6 Ways Everyone is Screwing Up their TFSA

Using a Tax Free Savings Account can be one of the best choices for you financially. The TFSA allows you to earn tax-free investment income on the money you put…

The TFSA Explained

The Tax-Free Savings Account annual contribution limit has been is $6,000 for 2020. Here is the 2020 TFSA Explained, so you can make the most of your money in the…
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10 Strategies to Max Out Your TFSA Every Year

The Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) has an annual maximum of $6,000 in 2019, and a lifetime maximum of as high as $63,500 depending on the year you were born.  How…
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How to Calculate Your TFSA Contribution Limit

The Tax-Free Savings Account is one of the best investment vehicles available to Canadians, but only if they put it to good use! Here’s how to calculate your TFSA contribution…
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How to Build a $1 Million Dollar TFSA

Retirement might not be a top-of-mind concern for a 20- or 30-something, but these are your best years to save for future you. Thankfully, it’s ridiculously easy to create a…

How To Open a TFSA

The Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) is the best long-term savings vehicle available to Canadians, but less than 40% of eligible savers are making use of it. If you don’t have…