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The sooner you start contributing to Registered Account the more money you will have when you retire.
Registered Account helps you save for Retirement and Helps Reduce Taxes while you Save.
Advantages of a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) are:
  • Tax free contributions.
  • Your savings can grow tax free.
  • You can contribute to spousal RRSP to reduce tax burden.
  • Borrow from RRSP to buy first home or pay for education.
  • Transfer RRSP to annuity when you retire.
 Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP) - Is a tax-free savings account for your child`s education. Advantages of RESPs are:
  • Your savings grow tax free on RESP.
  • Federal Government adds to your RESP savings through the Canada Education Savings Grant. 
  • You can leave RESP open for 36 years if your child defer his or her education.
  • Anyone can set up an Individual RESP for your child.
Registered Retirement Income Fund (RRIF) - Gives you steady income in retirement by transferring money from your RRSP.
Annuities - Annuity is a contract you sign with a life insurance company. Annuities are good for someone who wants to generate a consistent income for life.
Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) - Allows people with disabilities and their families to save for their future. Government grants add to the savings and the investments grow tax free.