The difference an RDSP can make: Shannon’s story—The Globe and Mail

Shannon, age 15, loves playing baseball, skiing, and swimming with dolphins. She also has a severe disability called Engelmann’s Syndrome. For her parents, Kathy and Rob, their biggest worry is what will happen to Shannon when they are no...

The RDSP: A valuable tool for individuals with disabilities and their families—Senator Doug Black

Introduced by the Government of Canada in 2008, the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) was the first of its kind in the world. It helps individuals with disabilities and their families plan and save for the future. Last week, the Standing Committee...

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...

Top 10 Reasons to Open an RDSP

1. Receive up to $70,000 from the federal government in matching contributions. The federal government has implemented the Canada Disability Savings Grant program to assist Canadians with disabilities to save for their futures. The federal government will contribute up...