What to do with TFSA Money?

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Great new article by Jason Heath in the National Post. Answers the question of what to do with TFSA* savings accumulated so far, up to a  maximum of $25,500 to 2013! Article advises on GIC’s , Bonds, Stocks, and associated ETFs. Practical and understandable advice for “twenty somethings”.  Read on. Click here to access the article.

*The  Tax-Free Savings  Account (TFSA) does exactly what the name suggests: allows all Canadians, aged 18 or older, to save up to a maximum limit each year that is tax-free. Every young Canadian should have a TFSA. The current limit per year is $5,500.

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