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TFSA Loans



Last time we discussed borrowing to invest in non-registered accounts.

This week, let's consider using borrowed money to fund a TFSA.

The obvious question is why bother when the loan interest is not tax deductible?

Here's a few good reasons, investing more early is better than investing a little at a time, and the growth in a TFSA will never be taxed upon withdrawal.

And, a more subtle reason is to use up one's TFSA room. Then when a withdrawal is made an equal amount can be deposited back into the account in the future.

Those of us born after 2008, all have $52,000 of contribution room. We not take advantage of it.

B2B offers TFSA loans and I've attached a brochure for your review.

Take care,

Scott Edgington

Director of Wealth

Qualified Financial Services

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