Save for your future with Opening a Tax Free Savings Account
It’s always better to start saving now than to regret in the future. This allows you to do just that. You can save a limited amount of savings per year. It is a great choice for non-registered investments. You can also contribute to the TFSA of your spouse or a family member.
If you are retired, a TFSA offers permanent tax-shelter non-registered GIC interest income. You might be even wondering, what would happen to your TFSA account if you die. Well, if you designate your spouse or your partner by law as a ‘successor holder’, they can take over the account and continue to make contributions
We have knowledge and experience in this trade, we can advise you on what would be best for you. If you want to learn more about TFSA, or you have any queries, feel free to contact Delta insurance.
We will be glad to assist you.