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#1 Mar 28, 2012
Im curious as to what happens if you transfer pre-existing investments into a TSFA. Will it be like an RRSP whereas you have to pay capital gains, if you make a profit, but cant claim capital losses if you dont???
Im also excited over the fact that I can now hold some safer investments outside of my RRSPs which will be very useful when saving for those expenses with a short term horizon.
This really does add a whole new dimension to tax effeciency!
#2 Jun 10, 2013
Be sure to get low values on LPs, LLCs, Notes and Real Estate when rolling over an IRA.
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