RESP

Jenny Smith

By: Jenny Smith

For me, marine biology has been something I have wanted to pursue as a career before I even really appreciated what that would entail. When asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I would always answer “marine biologist”, without fully understanding what education I would need or how I would get there.

3 ways to maximize your child's Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP)

Starting a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) is a smart way for parents to help their children reach their dreams. By saving in an RESP you’re not just making sure you’re more financially prepared for the price tag that comes with higher education; you’re also easing the burden of debt on your kids and yourself. The money you save today can help prevent you and your child from borrowing in the future.

Mom and son playing outdoors among simple ways to save for your child's future education
What will your child be when he or she grows up? An astronaut? An artist? A teacher?
 
The possibilities seem endless. You can help your little one’s big dreams come true. It just takes a little planning. Saving for future education can feel overwhelming. It seems so far away, but at this moment, you have time on your side and with CST Consultants Inc. you’ll have the expertise. Helping families save for post-secondary education is at the heart of what we do.

How much will university cost in the future?

Amrita Taitram, bénéficiaire de CST, université, étudiante, études postsecondaires

By: Amrita Taitram

I feel lucky and proud to be a Canadian student because our country is so diverse and accepting of everyone. Being a Canadian student gives me the opportunity to go to an institution that has all the resources I need at my fingertips, in order to succeed in my career endeavours. Throughout my education, my opinions and ideas have been welcomed by my peers and teachers, which has helped shape me in to a more confident individual. I feel privileged to have a Canadian education.

What Ontario Budget 2017 means for families starting an Registered Education Savings Plan

Starting in 2018, families in Ontario will no longer need to worry about holding a Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) when their students apply for the Ontario Student Assistance Program.  

The province made the surprise change to the OSAP reforms – announced in the 2016 budget – on April 27, stating that if students have an RESP, it will no longer affect the financial assistance they receive.

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