Budget 2012 Announces Improvements to the RDSP—Joel Crocker

After much coordination and discussion with families, individuals, a community of disability organizations and the federal government—all leading up to the 3-Year RDSP Review—Finance Canada released their budget yesterday which included a number of RDSP changes. PLAN would like...

Ottawa simplifying RDSP program—Financial Post

Ottawa simplifying RDSP program Garry Marr Mar 29, 2012 – 2:36 PM ET | Last Updated: Mar 29, 2012 4:20 PM ET Ottawa is making some key changes to the Registered Disability Savings Plan which will make it easier to open accounts...

RDSP-Uptake Survey

Help us spread the word about the RDSP! The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a government-funded, long-term financial planning tool for people with disabilities. Beneficiaries of the RDSP can be eligible to receive up to $3 from the...

What should I watch out for when I invest in an RDSP?—AboutMoney.ca

Often when you save and invest money, there may be some risk that you’ll lose money. When you invest in a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSPs), you may also face certain risks. The three most common risks are: Investment...

Tax News: New Rules on Disability Assistance Payments from Registered Disability Savings Plans—Knowledge Bureau

Breaking News Part 1 Canada Revenue Agency recently released new rules concerning Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) and the taxation of withdrawals from the plan. In a five-part series, Knowledge Bureau Report will examine RDSPs and explore the tax implications...

Easier access to Disability Saving Plans for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians

Justice Advanced Education and Skills Finance NL March 20, 2012 Amendment to Act Allows for Easier Access to Disability Saving Plans The Provincial Government has introduced an amendment in the House of Assembly which will enable adults with intellectual...

Maximize RDSP Carry Forwards—Freedom 55

Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs) were first introduces in 2008 to help people with disabilities and their loved ones save for their long term financial security. The RDSP was heavily modelled after the RESP, which helps parents save for...

RDSP Contributions and transfers—AboutMoney.ca

​Learn about the rules for making contributions and transferring between RDSPs ​Making RDSP contributions Anyone can contribute to an RDSP until the end of the year in which the beneficiary turns age 59. Here’s what you need to know:...

Where to open an RDSP —RDSP Resource Centre

Many of you are calling and emailing to ask where to open your Registered Disability Savings Plan. You can now open your RDSP at most major financial institutions and many independent financial planners or investment advisors.  We have updated...

Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)—SOMEONELIKEME.CA

In 2008, the federal government created the Registered Disability Savings Plan, which provides those with disabilities to have access to an incredible amount of government funding without affecting any provincial funding that they may receive. I have a number...