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  • investingthesis

    Hello Parag,

    Thanks for visiting! I thought I alluded to your point when I said “Once RRSP “room” is used, it is not recoverable.” Perhaps I should have dug a little deeper. I shall try and be a little clearer the next time!

  • Anonymous

    Hello Parag,nnThanks for visiting! I thought I alluded to your point when I said “Once RRSP u201croomu201d is used, it is not recoverable.” Perhaps I should have dug a little deeper. I shall try and be a little clearer the next time!

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