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This includes a detached home, semi-detached home, townhome, apartment or condominium that you own. Enter what it’s worth now, not what you originally paid or think it will be worth in the future.
This includes other taxable non-registered savings and investment accounts such as cash, chequing and savings accounts, guaranteed investment certificates (GIC), mutual funds, annuities, stocks, bonds, etc.
This includes all of your registered accounts such as registered retirement savings plans (RRSP), group RSPs, defined contribution pension plans (DCPP), defined benefit pension plans (DBPP), locked-in RSPs/LIRAs, etc.
A TFSA lets you save for any purpose, without paying taxes on the investment growth. In this calculator, we’re assuming you’re not putting in more than the annual TFSA limit.