Losing Disability Tax Credit (DTC) Eligibility

It is not uncommon for individuals to lose DTC eligibility for a period of time; many people are only approved for the DTC for a certain number of years, even those who have permanent conditions. The CRA periodically checks...

Webinar: Future planning tips for people with disabilities and those who support them

If you have a disability or support a person who does, join our free webinar on September 28, 2017 from 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm (EST)/ 10:00 am -11:30 am (PST) to learn how planning for A Good Life can lead...

Our RDSP information sessions are hitting the road

Join us for one of our upcoming information sessions on the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). Learn all about becoming eligible, opening and benefitting from an RDSP. They are fee to attend! April 25 – Castlegar, BC 5:00PM –...

The RDSP: Even Better than Expected

By Dan McDonald PhD, Certified Professional Accountant, RDSP Workshop Facilitator, Parent When faced with an investment proposal it is wise to remember that “if it seems too good to be true” then it probably is. And be wary. Very...

Reaching First Nation and Aboriginal Communities

By Victor Lethbridge After several years of presenting information about the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) to First Nations and Aboriginal communities, I’ve recognized a few common issues. Despite being around for nearly ten years, almost no one from...

Investing in an RDSP

Investing your RDSP When it comes to starting a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP), there is no shortage of things to keep in mind. The process could be longer for some than for others, but once the account is...

How Ottawa can help families with disabilities – thestar.com

The Registered Disability Savings Plan is an excellent program and needed as much today as when it was created. Ottawa just needs to give it wings to make it fly. By: Kathleen O’Grady Published on Wed Dec 30 2015...

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...

Registered disability savings plans: Why don’t more have them?—CBC News

RDSPs have financial benefits even for those who don’t make contributions In the six years since registered disability savings plans (RDSPs) first appeared, the number of accounts has been steadily growing, reflecting the potential these plans have to make...

How much should I put in my RDSP?—moneysense.ca

Patricia, 27, has type 1 diabetes and qualifies for the disability tax credit. Here’s how she should spread the money between her RRSP, RDSP and TFSA By Jason Heath, CFP Q: I have $50,000 saved up and I’m adding to...