About the RDSP
The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP), is a unique savings program that allows savings to grow in a tax-deferred environment and provides matching federal contributions of up to 300% annually. Canada is the first country in the world to have a RDSP, which helps those living with a disability and their families save for the future. An estimated 500,000 people across Canada will benefit from this initiative, and future impacts of the RDSP go well beyond a simple planning tool.
Although the RDSP is the most powerful financial tool for Canadians with disabilities and their families to secure stability for the future, the biggest challenge has been getting the information about to RDSP to the families that need it the most; it is PLAN’s goal to inform families with disabilities about the RDSP in order to help create a good life and a strong financial future. This course, designed for families and individuals with disabilities, is hosted as a small group session where specific individual questions can be answered.
Designed for: Families and individuals with a disability, as well as professionals
Tele-seminar (can be taken from anywhere):
- Tuesday, May 31 2016 (10am–12pm)
- Wednesday, June 15 (7pm–9pm)
- Tuesday, July 19 (10am–12pm)
*Tele-seminars can be attended from anywhere by telephone or computer. Call-in info will be emailed to you after you have registered. All times listed are in Pacific Standard Time.
- Tuesday, July 12 (10am–12pm)
- Tuesday, July 26 (7pm9pm)
- Tuesday, Aug 9 (10am–12pm)