Choose carefully when opening investment accounts—parentcentral.ca

—By Alison Griffiths— Imagine shopping for a car. You visit a Toyota dealer where only Camrys and Corollas are available in black, grey or silver with cloth seats. A few days later you discover the Camry actually comes in a...

REVIEW OF THE REGISTERED DISABILITY SAVINGS PLAN—www.actionplan.gc.ca

Economic Action Plan 2012 proposes measures to ensure that Registered Disability Savings Plans continue to meet the needs of Canadians with severe disabilities and their families. In July 2006, the Minister of Finance appointed the Expert Panel on Financial Security for Children...

Long-Term Planning for Long-Term Disabilities—by Jason Hall

Amid the media hype and public outcry vis-à-vis the Nation’s 2012 Annual Budget, little attention is being paid to changes to its Economic Action Plan 2012, particularly RDSPs (Registered Disability Savings Plan), perhaps in part because these changes are beneficial to...

Best Practices in Social Innovation: RDSP—MaRS

The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a registered savings tool that is designed specifically for people living with a disability who are planning for better financial stability. This short profile is part of a recurring series on Ontario’s...

Point Form 5 RDSP Updates

For quicker reference, here are the improvements to the RDSP from this year’s Federal Budget – 1.) Expansion of the definition of who may be an adult beneficiary’s plan holder to include the beneficiary’s spouse, common-law partner, or parent....