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I’ve had a TFSA for almost a decade now and—I’m assuming this is a safe space—I have only the broadest understanding of how they work. And by “broadest understanding” I mean I don’t know how they work.
That it until this little gem from Certified Financial Counsellor Max Mitchell showed up in my Slack channel (he’s the partner of one of my colleagues). Now I do. I also didn’t know that the Road Warriors (my vintage of of wrestling) are the same tag team as the Legion of Doom—clearly Max’s vintage of wrestling.
I look forward to hearing Jimmy Superfly Snuka explain capital gains but I’m solid on the TFSAs now.