Tax Withholding on Payments From RDSPs—Canada Revenue Agency

Click on the following orange link  to download a copy of CRA’s RDSP taxation sheet and learn how government contributions and investment growth will be taxed in your RDSP. Also copied below. QSAs – Tax withholding on payments from...

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...

RDSP Research participants needed

The Government of Canada is conducting a study about governmentprograms for persons with disabilities and issues related to saving forthe future.If you or your immediate family member with a disability is in receipt of the federal Disability Tax Credit,...

Opportunity to Participate in an RDSP Study

RESEARCH PARTICIPANTS NEEDED Are you a person with a disability or the immediate family member of a person with a disability? The Government of Canada is conducting a study about government programs for persons with disabilities and issues related...

RDSP Fact sheets now in Aboriginal Languages – by the Federal Government of Canada

Dear Community Partner, As part of a continued effort to provide information about the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP), the grant, and the bond, in a variety of formats and to diverse audiences, visitors to the RDSP website can now download...

BC Confirms RDSPs will Not Affect Disability Income

On January 30, 2013, the Ministry of Social Development (MSD) in British Columbia clarified how payments out of an RDSP will be treated. All provinces and territories have stated that money held within an RDSP will not affect disability...

Updated Income Numbers to Determine Grant and Bond Amounts

The Canada Disability Savings Grant is an amount paid based on contributions deposited into an RDSP. If the beneficiary’s annual family income is less than or equal to $87,123 for 2013, the Government of Canada pays: a 300% Grant...

Apple Trees for the Future — Frank Driscoll, CACL

The RDSP program was introduced by the Government of Canada in 2008 to help Canadians with disabilities save for the future. The program is good for people with intellectual disabilities, it’s good for their families, and it’s good for...

Disability Planning—RDSPs and Trusts—Money Talk on BNN

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RDSP, Grant and Bond Quick Facts—HRSDC

What is the Canada Disability Savings Grant (Grant)? It is an amount paid based on contributions deposited into a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). If the beneficiary’s annual family income is less than or equal to $85,4141, the Government...