Yes, ZAG should be in your RRSP and not in your TFSA.MoreDealsPlease wrote: ↑Mar 5th, 2017 12:45 pmThanks for the feedback. My thinking was that VCN and ZAG (both are equities) have more potential to grow so I maxmized them in the TFSA accounts and ZAG (bonds) have less potential so they went in RRSP. Later when I retire I think I would want the TFSA account to have exercised its maximum potential since I won't be charged tax when taking money from it, but I will from the RRSP.
I might be missing other factors.
Your plan looks very good. Good luck!