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  1. mrdbldub
    08-06-2009 11:20 AM
    mrdbldub
    TFSA's are like savings accounts. You can use them any way you want i.e. buy stocks (you have to pay the brokerage fee), hold GIC's, RSP's, or any other investment. The income earned inside the TFSA is yours tax free. If you want to make a withdrawal you can do so at any time with no fees attached as long as some of the funds are in a cash account. The following year i.e. 2010 you can replace those withdrawals plus contribute another $5000.00; and then accumulate more income tax free. mrdbldub
  2. Nauth
    06-05-2009 07:59 PM
    Nauth
    hopefully you'll return the favor.
  3. Nauth
    06-05-2009 08:46 AM
    Nauth
    Yah, I saw that and I couldn't resistant in helping you reach 500.

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  • About psgama
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    Canada
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    Fort St John
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    A few years
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    UUU, LULU, XRE
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    -Warning, Do what I do and you get the results I get. Good and Bad. Make your own choices, do your own research, and don't jump on board with everything anyone tells you.

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