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Registered Disability Savings Plan

Provided by: CIBC

Service Description

A registered savings plan that helps eligible Canadians with disabilities and their families save for long-term financial needs.  Benefits:

  • Defers tax on investment income
  • Use funds for anything
  • Receive government contributions.


Who can open an RDSP and be the plan holder if you are:
- a person with a disability who is the age of majority and has the capacity to manage his or her finances; or
- the legal parent of a child with a disability who has not reached the age of majority; or
- a guardian or other representative who is legally authorized to act on behalf of a person with a disability.
- plan holder does NOT have to be a Canadian resident.

Who can be a beneficiary?
Beneficiaries must have a valid Social Insurance Number (SIN) and be:
- eligible for the Disability Tax Credit (DTC)
- a Canadian resident when the plan is set up and when each contribution is made
- under age 60 when the plan is opened, since contributions cannot be accepted after the end of the year the beneficiary turns 59.
* A beneficiary can only have one RDSP at a given time.

Application Process

Call, visit a branch, or apply online.

Documents Required

Social Insurance Number

Toll-Free: 1-866-525-8622

Hours of Operation

Varies by branch location.

Service Website

Coverage Area

Saskatchewan, Canada

Languages Offered


CIBC Branch Locations

Location Info

Hours of Operation

Varies by branch location.

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