TFSA MISSISSAUGA

 Are you looking for an investment that provides tax benefits for saving? AWealth offers TFSA in Mississauga to help you reach your savings and investment goals. TFSA is a flexible account that is designed to help you save money by providing significant tax benefits. Earnings in a TFSA such as investment income including dividends and capital gains are not taxed in most cases even when its withdraw. However, TFSA with a substantial gain could be taxed. Contributions made to a TFSA are not deductible for income tax purposes unlike contributions to a RESP. A TFSA can contain cash and/or other investments such as bonds, mutual funds or guaranteed investment certifications (GICs).

 

*Mutual funds provided by Carte Wealth Management Inc. **Life Insurance products & services provided by Carte Financial Services Inc. and Kabis & Associates Inc.

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BENEFITS OF TFSA

You can contribute up to a $6,000 tax-free to a TFSA in 2021. The cumulative TFSA room is $75,500 for 2021.

You are not required to have earned income to contribute to a TFSA.

You can withdraw any money for any reason without being taxed from a TFSA.

You can choose from a variety of investment options such as bonds, mutual funds, savings deposit, and guaranteed investment certificates (GICs).

You do not lose the contribution room if you make a withdrawal. However, you need to wait until next year to re-contribute the money to your TFSA.

You can provide funds to your spouse so they can contribute to a TFSA without being subjected to income attribution rules.

If you do not contribute the maximum account, you can carry forward unused contribution room indefinitely. For example, if you contributed $2,500 in 2016 to your TFSA, your contribution room for 2017 would be $7,500 ($,2500 carried forward from 2016 plus $5,000 for 2017).

Your contribution are not tax-deductible. However, investment returns earned in a TFSA are not taxed even when they are withdraw.


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A TFSA is a great start to achieving your short-term or long-term savings and investing goals. A TFSA offers a wide range of benefits such as full flexibility and tax-free growth.

You can withdraw from your TFSA at any point as opposed to RRSPs. Canadian residents can give up to a maximum of $5,500 to a TFSA annually. If you exceed your TFSA contribution or contribute as a non-resident, you will pay a monthly contribution penalty of approximately 1%.
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*Mutual fund provided by Carte Wealth Management Inc. **Life Insurance products & services provided by Carte Financial Services Inc. and Kabis & Associates Inc. ***Mortgages products & services provided through Dominion Lending Centre Valko Financial Ltd.

Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses may all be associated with mutual fund investments. Please read the prospectus and/or fund facts before investing. Mutual funds are not guaranteed, their values change frequently and past performance may not be repeated.

Subject to any applicable death and maturity guarantee, any part of the premium or other amount that is allocated to a segregated fund is invested at the risk of the contract holder and may increase or decrease in value according to fluctuations in the market value of the assets in the segregated fund. A nominee account is one in which an investment is held in trust for an individual by a corporation or entity other than the individual. A segregated fund policy held within a self-directed plan is one example of investing in a nominee account. A segregated fund held in a nominee account may not offer creditor protection. Please read your Information Folder carefully and seek professional advice before investing. Commissions, trailing commissions, management fees and expenses may be associated with your insurance contract.

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