The RDSP is a Canada-wide registered matched savings plan specific for people with disabilities. It is designed as a long-term savings plan to help the holder be better financially prepared for their future. Eligible people can earn up to $90,000 in grants and bonds.
*No background knowledge of the RDSP is needed to get the most out of this webinar. This Beginner RDSP webinar is for those who want to learn about:
- what an RDSP is,
- who qualifies,
- how to apply for the Disability Tax Credit,
- how to open an RDSP,
- how to access up to $90,000 in government contributions up until the end of the year the beneficiary turns 49,
- how to get retroactive government contributions,
- and reasons to open an RDSP in your 50s.
- and what to do when a beneficiary passes away.
These information sessions are facilitated by an RDSP expert and held in small groups so that you can ask any questions you may have. We offer these sessions in two levels. If you’re not sure which level to take, click here to view the flow chart.
*Please note that we have cancelled all in-person workshops until further notice. This is a precautionary measure due to increased health concerns in Canada and globally regarding the spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
RDSP glossary of terms
Who Should Attend
People with disabilities, families, healthcare practitioners, and financial professionals.
- Webinars: can be attended by computer from anywhere in Canada. All times are listed in Pacific Standard Time (PST). You will receive more information about how to access the webinar after you register
- In-person Vancouver (currently on hold due to COVID-19)
Have more questions? Click here: RDSP Webinars – Frequently Asked Questions
Are you a community organization or company that is interested in learning more about the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) or Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP)? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about hosting an in-person workshop at a location of your choice, or hosting a group tele-seminar.
For more information please email email@example.com or call 604-439-9566.