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CRA confirms TFSA limit for 2018
December 6, 2017
11:49 am
Rick
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December 7, 2017
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So the grand total will be $57,500 starting January 1st. $52,000 + $5,500 according to the article.

December 8, 2017
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We can thank Justin for the reduced limit sf-cry

December 8, 2017
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Come on man; you have to understand that pretty boy need money for his vacations, chopper rider to see aga khan or whoever and all other perks his position has. Do you really think politicians CARE for us???

December 8, 2017
11:17 am
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Benjames35, yes, $57,500 is your 2018 limit assuming you've never contributed before.

December 8, 2017
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I had my TFSA maxed out in April 2017 but I ended up moving it all to PC for the promo rate, so now on Jan.1 2018 I can move it all back to my TFSA, correct?

December 8, 2017
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Bill said
Benjames35, yes, $57,500 is your 2018 limit assuming you've never contributed before.  

AND you were at least 18 in 2009.

Benjames35 said
I had my TFSA maxed out in April 2017 but I ended up moving it all to PC for the promo rate, so now on Jan.1 2018 I can move it all back to my TFSA, correct?

Correct. Was it worth taking it out of a tax sheltered account for 8 months for you?

Yatti420 said
We can thank Justin for the reduced limit sf-cry

He just put it back on the original track after Harper tried to buy your vote with your own money.

December 8, 2017
12:37 pm
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Correct, so in your case your 2018 limit is whatever you took out of your TFSA in 2017 plus $5500.

December 8, 2017
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Rick said

He just put it back on the original track after Harper tried to buy your vote with your own money.  

ALWAYS better than the age old ploy of the Liberal / Socialists and their redistribution of wealth by stealing from the rich and giving to the poor, NO questions asked.

December 12, 2017
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SavingIsGood said
Come on man; you have to understand that pretty boy need money for his vacations, chopper rider to see aga khan or whoever and all other perks his position has. Do you really think politicians CARE for us???  

Ahahahaha.. Don't forget Hillary's (foundation) wallet now.. and he gave the money after all the news came out....

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