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Facebook Helps Spread the TFSA

January 16th, 2009

When the Government introduced RRSP’s back in the late 1950’s the banks happily took consumers money. Now that the TFSA has officially become available the banks have silently thanked the Government again. When the RRSP was created the only way that consumers could get their news was through primary media sources, such as the radio and the television.

Now-a-day’s the information spreads across the nation through media such as through blogs and social networking sites like Facebook. With the help of sites like Facebook, information like the TFSA is being passed along in an exciting new way.

You are invited to join the Facebook group “Introducing the Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA)”. To see more details and confirm this group invitation, follow the link below: http://www.facebook.com/p.php?i=1656116628&k=42MT366RS5VM51ECY142UT The TFSA Facebook group is for generations that are media savvy and looking to help change the world.

5 Ways You Can Help
A) Join the group
B) Invite your friends to this group
C) Get them to invite their friends
D) Open up a TFSA somewhere anywhere
E) Make money and save money using your TFSA!

Facebook helps you find and keep in touch with family, friends and colleagues. You can share unlimited photos, plan events and join discussion groups. It’s free and everyone can join. To register, go to: http://www.facebook.com/p.php?i=1656116628&k=42MT366RS5VM51ECY142UT&r

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