Income Inequality

Double Trouble: The Case Against Expanding Tax-Free Savings Accounts


The Conservative Party of Canada’s proposal to double contribution limits for Tax-Free Savings Accounts (TFSA) has received inadequate critical scrutiny to date. This gap may stem from the notion that little revenues will be lost and the perception that most taxpayers would benefit. Both beliefs are erroneous.

Read our new study, authored by Broadbent Institute Policy Fellow Rhys Kesselman, Canada Research Chair in Public Finance with the School of Public Policy at Simon Fraser University. 

Download The Case Against Tax Free Savings Accounts