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Stock market crashes teach lessons that can’t be taught elsewhere.
Unlike formal education or reading, lessons from crashes cause pain that motivates true reflection and learning.
The name “Tax-Free Savings Account” (TFSA) has one problem. It implies that the TFSA is a savings account.
I believe this is misleading Canadians. The TFSA offers it’s utility when you have investments in the account. I wish it was called the Tax-Free Investment Account instead.
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