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RRSP or TFSA? Tuck money away into both if possible, experts say

CALGARY — It’s the battle of the acronyms — RRSP or TFSA?
They’re both savings vehicles that can help with your tax bill, but which one reigns supreme will depend on your own individual situation.
In ideal circumstances there would be no showdown — Canadians would sock money away into both, experts say.
But circumstances aren’t always ideal.
“Maybe it’s a quality of life decision or maybe it’s truly just there is not the availability of income or assets to contribute to both,” said John Tracy, senior vice president of retail, savings and investing at TD Canada Trust.

RRSP pitfalls to avoid

(Special) - While the Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) is a great vehicle to help Canadians save for their retirement, there are some pitfalls that investors may not knowabout and should try and avoid.
Many people, forexample, confuse their contribution limit with the deduction limit.
The deduction limit isset at 18 per cent of your previous year's earned income, up to a dollar limit,which changes every year. The maximum dollar limit for the 2012 tax year is$22,970, up from $22,450 in 2011, and will rise to $23,820 in 2013.

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