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Investing your TFSA
Investing within a Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) can be a powerful strategy for Canadians looking to grow their wealth while minimizing taxes. TFSAs can be used as an investment account and your investment strategy within a TFSA should align with your overarching financial goals. Are you saving for retirement, a major purchase, or just building long-term wealth?
TFSAs offer a wide range of investment options, including:
- Guaranteed investment certificates (GICs)
- Exchange-traded funds (ETFs)
- Mutual funds
Determining your financial objectives will help you select the right investment vehicle for your TFSA.
It is also important to stay within your annual TFSA contribution limits. Over-contributing to your TFSA can result in penalties and tax implications.
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