Tax Free Millionaire

The Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) has become the most important investment account for Canadians. Each person in Canada over the age of 27 has $52,000 in total contribution room. For a couple, this now means $104,000 that can be completely sheltered from tax. By opening a TFSA and maximizing unused contributions up to $104,000 per couple and continuing to contribute $11,000 per year at 6.5%, the household TFSA balance will be over $1,000,000 in 25 years. (Illustration provided below)

Our Creed Capital Balanced Portfolio returned 11% over the last 12 months as of June 30, 2017. On an account balance of $93,000, the TFSA would have grown by $10,230. If you have not yet maximized your TFSA contributions, you will be able to catch up in future years. However, you will never get that $10,230 of growth back. The contribution limits have reached a level where delaying this strategy any further is detrimental to long term wealth.

Please visit our homepage @ and click on the “Open an Account” link. In less than 15 minutes, we can start the process for you to become a Tax Free Millionaire.

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