Tips for opening a registered disability savings plan—thestarphoenix.com

Are you disabled? If you are under age 60 and reside in Canada, you should consider opening a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). Think of your RDSP as a way to provide you with financial independence. Your RDSP can...

RDSP allows for long-term savings—Brenda Shanahan—Montreal Gazette

The idea behind the Registered Disability Savings Plan is to enable families and disabled adults to accumulate tax-assisted long-term savings to provide for the disabled adult in their later years. Q: I have a friend who is 37, disabled...

Free Government money for people with disabilities: Justin’s story

By Susan Anthony PLAN Justin was 3 days away from his 18th birthday when he had a heart attack.  He was lucky that his sister heard a strange noise and woke up to find him on the living room...

The RDSP and future financial security for children in care

One of the public policy questions that emerged shortly after the launch of the RDSP at the end of 2008, was: “Who should act as account holders of RDSPs of children in care once they become adults?” Children in...

Do you want the 2009 Grant? Make sure to contribute to your RDSP by December 31st, 2009!

If you would like easy to understand information on the new Registered Disability Savings Plan please visit www.rdsp.com. Are you hoping to get the 2009 Grant for your Registered Disability Savings Plan? Many of you will remember that to...