RESP

The Special Tax on RESP Accumulated Income Payments

2018-03-28T16:13:27+00:00

An accumulated income payment (AIP) is a payment from your registered education savings plan (RESP) that is not: an educational assistance payment a payment to a designated educational institution in Canada a refund of contributions to the subscriber or to the beneficiary a transfer to another RESP repayments under a Canada Education Savings Program or

The Special Tax on RESP Accumulated Income Payments2018-03-28T16:13:27+00:00

All About the Canada Learning Bond

2018-03-13T15:20:27+00:00

1. Overview The Canada Learning Bond is money that the Government of Canada deposits into a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) to help you save for a child's education after high school. The total amount the Government deposits can be up to $2,000. Applying for and receiving the Canada Learning Bond will not

All About the Canada Learning Bond2018-03-13T15:20:27+00:00

The Ins and Outs of the Canada Education Savings Grant

2018-02-14T14:21:04+00:00

Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) provides an incentive for parents, family and friends to save for a child's post-secondary education by paying a grant based on the amount contributed to an RESP for the child. The Canada education savings grant (CESG) money will be deposited directly into the child's RESP. Who qualifies for the basic

The Ins and Outs of the Canada Education Savings Grant2018-02-14T14:21:04+00:00

Expecting a baby? Find Out How it Affects Your Family’s Taxes

2017-05-31T14:08:38+00:00

Congratulations! If you have a new baby or a baby on the way, there are many benefits and credits you may be eligible to receive, and tax changes to consider. Apply for child benefits With the Automated Benefits Application (ABA), you can automatically apply for child benefits when registering the birth of your

Expecting a baby? Find Out How it Affects Your Family’s Taxes2017-05-31T14:08:38+00:00

Get a $1200 Helping Hand for Your Child’s Education

2016-07-26T16:13:19+00:00

With the cost of post-secondary education and training programs rising, it is never too early to start saving for your child’s education.  In an effort to help families get a head start, the B.C. Government is offering to contribute $1,200 to eligible children through the British Columbia Training and Education Savings Grant (BCTESG). The grant

Get a $1200 Helping Hand for Your Child’s Education2016-07-26T16:13:19+00:00