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Access RDSP: Reflecting on One year Spreading Awareness

Since September 1, 2016 the Access RDSP partnership between Disability Alliance BC (DABC), BC Aboriginal Network on Disability Society (BCANDS), and Plan Institute, with support from the Vancouver Foundation, has been providing free support …

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5 Things to Think About When Succession Planning

From over 25 years of working with families who have a loved-one with a disability, we have come to realize just how important it is to have a future plan in place. A future plan …

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Bruce Sellery: RDSP

Money columnist Bruce Sellery explains to the CBC how RDSPs work, and how they can help families to save for their loved-one’s future. He also talks about the important of trusts for protecting disability …

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My RDSP – Salina

October is RDSP month so we are using this time to spread awareness by talking to people about their RDSPs. The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a Canada-wide registered matched savings plan specific …

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October is RDSP Awareness Month

October is RDSP Awareness month and we are thrilled to be able to share this news release from the BC Government mentioning the hard work of the Access RDSP partnership which includes BCANDS, DABC …

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NEW ONLINE TOOL LAUNCHED TO HELP CANADIANS WITH DISABILITIES PLAN FOR THE FUTURE

Media Release September 22, 2017 – Vancouver Plan Institute and Prosper Canada today launched the online Future Planning Tool to help persons with disabilities and those who support them to plan for the future. …

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How to Find a Lawyer who Understands Disability-Related Trusts

Written for Plan Institute by Halldor K. Bjarnason, Access Law Group Finding a lawyer that can help you prepare a proper will with a disability-based discretionary trust can be a challenge, but certainly not …

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The RDSP: What is our professional and personal responsibility?

By Dan McDonald When it comes to spreading awareness of the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP), how can professionals, organizations and individuals better help the community and spread awareness of this valuable tool for …

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Three Ways to Have Fun This Summer  

Although our top priority is planning for a safe and secure future, it is also important to take some time off and enjoy the summer. This season is the time to play, visit with friends, …

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8 Tips for making your will if you have a relative with a disability

Making a Will is an important part of future planning, however it can be challenging and is very easy to put off. If you have a child or relative with a disability, making sure …

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