Some features of the RDSP are worlds apart from its RESP cousin
Implications for the principal residence exemption
Find out how income sprinkling measures apply to inherited property
These structures can achieve estate planning objectives, not just tax ones
Owning property jointly with a family member can mean the attribution rules apply
Updated for 2017
What are the U.S. income tax implications if a Canadian-resident parent or grandparent is considered a U.S. person and sets money aside in an RESP?
The short answer is possibly yes.
New federal trust rules come into effect in January 2016
Clients are beginning to receive their T4s, T5s, T3s and RRSP contribution slips in the mail, so tax filing will soon be top of mind.