Thanks to the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP), eligible Canadians can receive up to $90,000 in government assistance. RDSP’s can provide long-term, tax-sheltered savings option for Canadians with disabilities, and is the only savings option that gives you access to:


RDSP Advantages

  • Earnings can accumulate tax-deferred until money is withdrawn
  • No annual contribution limit (lifetime limit is $200,000)
  • No impact on other government tax and disability benefits for B.C. beneficiaries
  • Contributions can be made by the beneficiary or on their behalf
  • Parents and grandparents can transfer RRSP/ RRIF savings when they pass away
  • Eligible recipients can claim Grant and Bond money for past years going back to 2008

Support in applying for RDSPs

Completing the RDSP and Disability Tax Credit applications can be a challenging process, and we are here to help you with the process. Call us to book your appointment and we can assist you in the following areas:


  • Eligibility assessment for the RDSP;
  • RDSP Qualification Filings;
  • Tax credit and benefits review; or
  • RDSP account opening support.
If you don’t currently have the Disability Tax Credit, you can start by completing the online assessment.