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The transaction expands the distribution of the First Flex RESP across Canada with a sales force of more than 1,600 licensed representatives

  • By: Leah Golob
  • January 3, 2018 January 21, 2018
  • 11:20

Encourage parents with excess funds to maximize the tax-deferred or tax-free compounding in a child’s RESP by making an additional lump-sum contribution of $14,000

Contributing to post-secondary tuition builds confidence: poll

Having a probable career path and a plan to save for education can make a big difference

  • By: Leah Golob
  • September 1, 2017 January 29, 2018
  • 12:00

Despite concerns, only 35% take advantage of special education savings vehicles

IIROC reaches settlement with three former All Group reps

The regulator is concerned that Bouji’s father, who has been banned, remains actively involved in the businesses

Contributing to post-secondary tuition builds confidence: poll

New StatsCan study finds RESPs are more concentrated in families with higher income, greater wealth and higher levels of parental education

Robo-advisor introduces client tool to encourage financial planning

The firm has created its own RESP account-opening process through Canadian ShareOwner after stopping support of the product soon after launching in 2014

The proposal would improve the consistency of the tax rules governing registered plans and won’t affect the vast majority of RESP and RDSP holders, the government argues

OSC reviews RESP providers

The review to assess operational practices began in November

Advisors can play a key role in ensuring clients understand and prepare for the costs related to their kids’ post-secondary education