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Education Planning
With post-secondary education growing increasingly expensive, you need to plan ahead and make smart decisions today.

If you have children, grandchildren or know of another young person you would like to help, this section will guide you in investing for the education they need.
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Get started by estimating the expenses your children will incur during their post-secondary school years. Keep in mind that the cost of tuition, housing, books and incidentals continues to rise, so you must adjust your figures for anticipated inflation. Through this process, you can quite accurately determine the monthly, yearly or one-time deposit required to fund the future costs of education.

Next, you need to decide on the best investment vehicle to reach your savings goals. The most popular educational savings vehicle today is the Registered Educational Savings Plan, or RESP, as it is commonly known. You also have other options, including an In-Trust Account and a Scholarship Trust Fund.

Read through the information and if you have any specific questions send us an email and we would be pleased to help.


Related Information
Benefits of an RESP
  • Up to $7,200 in Government Grants
  • Tax-Sheltered Growth
  • Flexible Investment Options
  • Tax Savings
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Useful Tools and Information
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Tips for Teaching Teens About Money
Budgeting Apps for Kids
Scholarships and Bursaries
Withdrawing Unused Education Savings - RESP VS TFSA VS ITF
The Burden of Student Debt

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Don’t Pass Up Free Government Contributions to Your Child’s Higher Education
RESP or In-Trust For (ITF) Account – Which to Choose?
Strategically withdrawing money from an RESP
Turn Your Child’s RESP into a Financial Literacy Tool
An RESP can help Kids in Life and Learning
Tips for teaching your child about money
Managing the Risk and Return of your RESP: A Lifecycle Approach
Tuition Fees on the Rise
What to Do with Unused RESP Funds?
Getting Advice
Reviewing your Education Savings Plans? We encourage you to talk to us.  Send us an email if you would like to discuss your education plan or to receive information.
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