Are you new to the RDSP or want to print out some information to pass along to someone? This double-sided pamphlet covers RDSP basics and how to access more information and support.
Step by Step Guide: To Becoming Eligible, Opening and Managing Your RDSP
If you have decided that the RDSP is right for you, this guide will help you to complete each of the steps needed to:
1. become eligible for an RDSP
2. open an RDSP
3. manage your money
This guide is for two groups of people:
1. Individuals with disabilities who are opening an RDSP for themselves, and;
2. Families or friends who are opening an RDSP for their relative or friend with a disability. The main part of the guide speaks to individuals and the boxes are specific to family and friends, but all the information is important!
A Guide to the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) & the RDSP for People Over the Age of 50
If you are over 50 years of age and are no longer eligible to receive government contributions to an RDSP, you may be wondering whether it is still worthwhile to apply. This guide will give you an overview of the benefits that still come with applying for the DTC and the RDSP.
How to Start and Manage an RDSP in BC
This guide outlines how to start and manage a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) in B.C. It was developed by the Registered Disability Savings Plan Action Group and is supported by the Vancouver Foundation and the Government of British Columbia. Click here to view the PDF Version
Disability Tax Credit (DTC) Resources
Disability Tax Credit Tool – This app is a self-help tool designed to give your healthcare provider the information they need to fill out the DTC Certificate application form.