British Columbians with disabilities can get a big financial boost, but most don’t

By Don Cayo of The Vancouver Sun Severely disabled adults are, with far too few exceptions, poor. And everyone knows that poor people who scrape by on government assistance or minimum wage can never expect to accumulate any assets...

Starting Young

Ensuring That Kendra Can Make More Personal Choices For Kevin and Simon Porter and their nine-year old daughter Kendra, it comes down to choice. It’s a concept that most people take for granted, but something that is dearly important...

RDSPs gaining in popularity—The Canadian Press

In August more than 1,600 disabled athletes descended on Toronto for the 2015 Para Pan Am Games. Their skill and competitive spirit brought to light the enormous challenges they face in their pursuit of athletic excellence and in their...

Registered Disability Savings Plans a boon to disabled—Financial Independence Hub

By Candice Bergen, Minister of State for Social Development Special to the Financial Independence Hub If you have a disability or if you have a child with a disability, you should know about the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)....

Tax season 2015: The disability tax credit and the push for fee limits—CBC News

Efforts underway to regulate consultants and improve the application process Mention the term “disability tax credit” to some people, and you’ll get an earful. It’s not worth enough, some say, or applying for it is too complex, or the...