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A tax-free savings account, known better as a TFSA, is a savings vehicle available to Canadians aged 18 and up who have a valid social insurance number (SIN). It was launched by the federal government in 2009 as a way to encourage Canadians to save and invest.
As the name suggests, TFSAs offer a tax break on contributions—meaning that, unlike with a regular savings account or non-registered investment account, what you earn inside your TFSA isn’t taxed, even when you make a withdrawal. TFSAs are flexible, too, allowing you to hold cash, guaranteed investment certificates (GICs), stocks, bonds, exchange-traded funds (ETFs) or mutual funds, so you can tailor your account to different financial strategies and goals. The TFSA contribution limit for 2021 is $6,000, but keep in mind that if you qualified to make a contribution in 2020, but didn’t that contribution room is still available to you. For those who turned 18 in the year 2009 or prior, the lifetime contribution limit is $75,500…

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