Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) Support

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The Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) is a long-term savings plan designed by the Government of Canada to help people with disabilities and their families save money for the future. British Columbia was the first province to support the RDSP, and ensures that money held in or paid out of an RDSP does not affect people’s income or disability assistance.

The new guide, How to Start and Manage an RDSP in British Columbia, outlines key steps to setting up an RDSP, like applying for the Disability Tax Credit. It also shares stories and advice from British Columbians about the impact of an RDSP on their lives.

For more information about the RDSP, read How to Start and Manage a Registered Disability Savings Plan (PDF).

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