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As a parent, saving money can seem hard. You’re bombarded with a big list of costs: from clothing and groceries, to school trips, sports equipment, swimming and dance lessons, it’s an endless list. These costs can make saving towards post-secondary education look challenging.
 

Every parent wishes success for their child, in their career, their relationships and throughout life. As you prepare your child for the world out there, know that there is something invaluable you are doing to ensure their success. You are giving them them access to the higher education, something they’ll need to survive in an everchanging job market!

Did you know that opening an RESP gives you access to money from the government? It's true. Many families miss out on the valuable contributions that are available to boost their child's education savings. 

The Canadian Education Savings Grant (CESG) from the federal government will match 20% of your contributions to your RESP, up of $500 a year. The CESG entitlement can add up to $7,200 per child. That's over $7,000 in money for your child's post-secondary education.

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