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...

Law Commission of Ontario Research Effort Launched

The Ontario government has asked the Law Commission of Ontario to look into how more people with mental and developmental disabilities could use the federal Registered Disability Savings Plan without costly assessment tests. The RDSP is a savings program...

7 new tax rules that could save you money—CBC News

Don’t get caught by tax changes There aren’t any major new tax-saving initiatives that apply to the 2011 tax return, but there are some new wrinkles and goodies to be aware of. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press) You’re ready. You’re sitting...

The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP): You may be eligible for up to $90,000 towards your retirement—ARC

Why should I open an RDSP? It’s about your future quality of life. The RDSP is a long-term savings plan that became available in 2008 to help Canadians with disabilities save for their financial futures. This method of saving...

Mackenzie Investments enhances product offering with Registered Disability Savings Plan

Mackenzie Financial Corporation (Mackenzie Investments) today announced that it now offers Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs) to eligible clients. A Federal Government program, the RDSP is designed to help families and individuals save for the long-term financial security of...

Minister Flaherty continues to promote access to the RDSP

The Honorable James Flaherty, Minister of Finance, has once again taken the initiative to ensure that people  with disabilities are able to access the RDSP. You are probably aware that the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) is one of the...