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An RDSP can provide a financial boost to those with a disability

Registered Disability Savings Plans (RDSPs) have been around since 2008 helping Canadians with a severe and prolonged disability, save for their future. RDSPs can be established for those who qualify for the disability tax credit (T2201) offering a tremendous bonus to those eligible in the form of generous government grants, tax sheltered investment growth and flexibility around investment choices.

Estate Mistakes from 4 stars that died too young

Estate planning is for everyone

The goal of estate planning is to leave what you have to whom you want to at the least possible cost in terms of administration and taxes. But, no one can successfully predict how long they will live; illness and accidents can happen at any age & when least expected. That's why estate planning is important no matter the age (or stage). Too many families are caught off-guard and found unprepared when an incapacity or death happens and proper estate plans are not in place.

Give yourself (Good) Credit

Many Canadians know that good credit history will make it easier to get a mortgage or a line of credit but often a prospective employer, insurer, cell phone company or landlord may also check a prospective client's credit during the application process. These are good reasons to make sure your credit history is in good order. But it's even more important to check your credit on at least an annual basis because of the increasing occurrence of identity theft. 

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