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When choosing a brokerage account, one aspect to consider is the fees and costs for holding and using the account. Please note there are actually two types of Tax Free Savings Accounts: Some investors have a non-registered emergency savings account with months income worth of cash and liquid assets, a topped up work pension plan, and a topped up RRSP. They often consider the TFSA as another long-term investing tool.
These investors usually set up a self-directed TFSA brokerage account. They intend to buy stocks, bonds, ETFs and mutual funds from a wide variety of issuers. The self-directed account gives them the investing flexibility and diversity they demand. This appears to apply to TFSA accounts. Please check their websites for up-to-the-second details. Generally you should expect to review your account statements online if you do not wish to pay any additional fees.
Unfortunately fees and costs may be changed at almost any time. Before actually opening an account, contact the financial institution to confirm all costs. Did any costs come as a surprise? Please share your experiences with a comment. It would be very helpful if you can use a few common scenarios to illustrate how much fees to expect as a self-direct TFSA holder.
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