Do you or someone you care for have a disability? Did you know that the Government of Canada can help you save for the future?
If you or a loved one have a severe and prolonged disability and are a resident of Canada, you may wish to consider opening a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). An RDSP is a tax-deferred, long-term savings vehicle for Canadians with severe and prolonged disabilities. To help savings grow, the Government of Canada deposits grants and bonds into the RDSPs of eligible Canadians with disabilities. The Government pays matching grants of up to 300% on private contributions and also deposits a bond of up to $1,000 per year into the RDSPs of low- and modest-income Canadians. It is not necessary to make a contribution to an RDSP to receive the bond.
Find out everything you need to know to open and manage an RDSP at this free information presentation. Presented by Richard Ballance, Senior Advisor of the Canada Disability Savings Program at Employment and Social Development Canada.