Watch the videos and then click below to find out how a TFSA can help the Célibeau family save, tax free.

Video 1

A TFSA Redeemable GIC
would help Aunt Louise
save taxes and keep her
options open.
Learn how

Video 2

Putting money in different TFSA
products would help Grandma,
Alice, invest her retirement fund
however she wants, tax free.
Learn how

Video 3

Putting money in a
TFSA would help Uncle Lou
earn and save taxes at
the same time.
Learn how

Video 4

Depositing the maximum
allowed every year in a TFSA
would help Thomas be ready
for life's unexpected moments.
Learn how

Video 5

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Whether the objective is to invest, retire, save taxes or make a life change, a TFSA would help every one in the Célibeau family...and yours too.
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caissebook Meet the Célibeau family

Aunt Louise

Aunt Louise

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Grandma Alice

Grandma Alice

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Uncle Lou

Uncle Lou

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Thomas Saver

Thomas

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Aunt Louise

Aunt Louise

I like meeting new people, doing new things, going places and not being tied down to anything. Just living life to the fullest.

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Aunt Louise

Louise posted:

Just opened up a TFSA and feel really good about it. The people at the Caisse assured me that I can get my money out tax free whenever I want. Glad I finally made up my mind to do it.

http://www.caisse.biz/TFSA

Thomas Saver

Lou posted in your feed:

Saw this article and thought of you.

Four tricks to help you make any difficult decision

Aunt Louise

Louise posted:

Save for retirement or get a new place? Having trouble deciding. Found this article helpful. Thoughts?

What do you want in retirement?

Aunt Louise

Louise changed her relationship status:

Was: Single. Now: Dating.

Grandma Alice

Grandma Alice

Retired mother of four. 76 years young. My family comes first. Especially the grandkids.

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Grandma Alice

Alice posted:

I’m finally taking my family’s advice and putting my retirement fund in a TFSA. Found out at the Caisse that by investing in more than one TFSA option, I will have my money available whenever I need it, tax free. Looks like I’m going to have some extra room in the freezer! ha! ha!

http://www.caisse.biz/TFSA

Grandma ALice

Alice posted:

I’m going to try making this tonight.

Grandma Alice

Alice posted:

Good read with some good points.

Who will use tax free savings accounts?

Thomas Saver

Thomas posted in your feed:

Bonne fête mémère. Glad to hear you opened your TFSA. Good decision!

Happy Birthday

Uncle Lou

Uncle Lou

Winnipeg sports nut. #bombers. #moose. #goldeyes. #gojetsgo. Biggest pet peeve: the taxman taking my money.

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Uncle Lou

Lou posted:

A TFSA is a no-brainer. Not paying tax is why I opened my first TFSA back in 2009 and why I keep putting money in it. Why let the government take your money? Max out your TFSA contribution every year. Go to the Caisse. They have great interest rates.

http://www.caisse.biz/TFSA

Uncle Lou

Lou posted:

Even if you missed the deadline, you can still save for retirement.

Missed the RRSP deadline? It may not matter.

Thomas Saver

Thomas posted in your feed:

Eh Uncle Lou! Don’t you wish you had one of these?

One of these

Uncle Lou

Lou Posted:

It's never too early to start saving.

TFSA's are a smart retirement investment

Thomas Saver

Thomas

Was enjoying living rent-free at my parents' but they just sold the house so I am now looking for a new place.

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Thomas Saver

Thomas posted:

Get ready for an epic housewarming… as soon as I find a new place to live. Thanks to the Caisse for advising me to make the maximum contributions to my TFSA every year since I turned 18. Now I can choose to rent or own. Does anyone know of any good places on the market?

http://www.caisse.biz/TFSA

Thomas Saver

Thomas posted:

Good read if you’re in my situation.

Beginner's guide to investing

Thomas Saver

Thomas posted:

To all my grad buddies. If you haven’t put money in a TFSA yet, your maximum contribution room is now at $46,500. Start small or make a big deposit. Found this video interesting.


Thomas Saver

Thomas Posted:

Good info for planning a down payment.

Plan your downpayment

What is a TFSA?

A Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA) is a registered savings plan authorized by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) that allows you to set money aside, tax free, throughout your lifetime. Income earned in a TFSA and withdrawals from a TFSA are not taxable.

Open a Tax Free Savings Account

  • Canadian residents 18 years and over with a valid social insurance number can contribute to a TFSA
  • Contributions to a TFSA are not deductible for tax purposes.
  • Withdrawals from a TFSA are not taxable.
  • Income earned in a TFSA is not taxable.
  • Annual TFSA contribution limits are set by the federal government.
  • Any unused TFSA contribution room can be carried forward to future years.
  • Withdrawals from a TFSA can be put back into the account as per Revenue Canada regulations.
  • Income earned in a TFSA does not affect your eligibility for federal government benefits and credits that are based on income.

Rates

TFSA Rates

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