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The Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) is a valuable tool for reaching your savings objectives. It enables you to earn investment income and capital gains without being taxed.
You can use a TFSA to accomplish various goals, such as creating an emergency fund, saving for a house down payment, or preparing for retirement.
Registered Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs) are a tax-efficient investment option intended to assist you in saving for your retirement.
One advantage of contributing to an RRSP is the tax deduction you receive for your contributions. This deduction can effectively reduce your taxable income, leading to a potential decrease in your overall tax liability.
Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) are dedicated savings accounts created to support parents in saving for their children’s future post-secondary education expenses.
One of the key advantages of RESPs is the potential to receive government grants, along with the opportunity for tax-deferred growth on the invested funds.
A Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) is a retirement account specifically structured to offer a reliable income source for retirees. It achieves this by converting their Registered
Retirement Savings Plans (RRSPs) into taxable withdrawals, providing a consistent stream of income during retirement.
A first-time home savings account is a special savings account that provides tax benefits and assists Canadians in saving for the down payment on their first home. This account allows individuals to contribute money while also benefiting from a tax deduction on their contributions. It serves as a helpful tool in achieving the goal of homeownership.
Non-registered investments offer versatility in achieving savings goals for both short and long-term purposes, outside of registered accounts. They also come with potential tax benefits, such as favorable treatment of capital gains and dividend tax credits. This combination of flexibility and tax advantages makes non-registered investments an attractive option for individuals seeking to meet their financial objectives.