RDSP Family Member Allowance Extended to 2018

Registered Disability Savings Plan – Legal Representation Canada’s Budget 2012 introduced a temporary measure to allow a qualifying family member (i.e., a beneficiary’s parent, spouse or common-law partner) to become the plan holder of a Registered Disability Savings Plan...

Case Studies 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 case studies in...

Some RDSP benefits people may not know about—The StarPhoenix

If you are disabled, have a social insurance number, reside in Canada and are under age 60, you qualify to open a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). You can take advantage of generous government assistance. $1,000 bond If you...

[Ontario] Broker Invests $25,000 into the Futures of Kids With Disabilities—canadianunderwriter.ca

(Pickering, Ontario) – First Durham Insurance & Financial Ltd. has introduced their Possibilities Grant, where over the course of five years, they will donate $5,000 to a family with a disabled child under the age of 18 through a contribution...

Help Us Improve the RDSP Calculator!

The PLAN RDSP Calculator was developed in 2008 as a way to help Canadian families determine the estimated future value of their Registered Disability Savings Plan. In a few quick steps, anyone can estimate the amount of Grant and...

Federal Government Releases Q&A Sheet on RDSP Changes

BUDGET 2012: CHANGES TO THE RDSP QUESTIONS & ANSWERS Please click on the following link to see a brief overview of announced Budget 2012 enhancements to the RDSP, the grant and the bond: BUDGET 2012_Qs & As_EN_Final July 2012 ________...

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...

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...

Frequently Asked Questions About the RDSP—Global Securities Corporation

What is a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)? A Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a registered saving plan that is intended to help parents and others to save for the long-term financial security of persons with severe or prolonged...