I meant I draw money out of my TSFA account. I have the right to do that it. Correct? Then with that money we pay for her RRSP.If you are the company owner where she is not a shareholder or owner - your lack of RRSP contribution room prevents using a spousal RRSP (or your own). This is why there is talk about having you pay more of the expenses to free up cash for her to put into registered accounts.
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Basically what I mean is that maybe from the beginning it was better that instead of saving for the TSFA, we had contributed to her RRSP ( although we had our reasons not to do that at that time). We wanted to have some emergency fund available. If we need we always have some money inside the corporation.