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AGF Management : Individual vs. Family RESP

09/26/2021 | 05:22pm EDT

Insights and Market Perspectives

Author: Sound Choices

September 26, 2021

Education Savings:
Do you know the difference?

The content in the below article is meant for Canadian investors only.

There are two main types of - and which one you choose often depends on your relationship to the beneficiary:

  • An Individual can be opened by anyone for anyone.
  • A Family can be opened by parents or grandparents of the children and can be withdrawn in the name of any beneficiary named to the plan.

Key differences

INDIVIDUAL RESP FAMILY RESP
  • There must be only one active beneficiary at all times.
  • You can name one or more beneficiaries.
  • You want to save for yourself or for a child who is or is not related to you by blood or adoption as per the Income Tax Act (e.g., nieces, nephews, cousins).
  • All beneficiaries in the plan must be related to you by blood or adoption (i.e., children, grandchildren, siblings).
  • The beneficiary can be named to the RESP at any age.
  • Beneficiary must be under age 21 to be added.
Contributions:
  • Can be made for up to 31 years after the plan is started.
  • Remain the property of the subscriber.*
  • Can only be made for the current year, up to a lifetime limit of $50,000.
Contributions:
  • Can be made for a beneficiary until age 31.
  • Remain the property of the subscriber.*
  • Can only be made for the current year, up to a lifetime limit of $50,000 per beneficiary.
  • Must be made in the name of a specific beneficiary.
Recommended for:
  • Single-child families.
  • Families with large age differences between children.
  • Subscribers* who want to set up an RESP for themselves or someone they're not related to.
Recommended for:
  • Single-child families planning to have more children.
  • Families with more than one child or planning to have more than one child.
  • Families with more than one child as the government grants and income - with the exception of the Canada Learning Bond (CLB) - are shared by all beneficiaries in the plan.**

* A subscriber is the person opening an RESP and making contributions on behalf of a beneficiary. **Additional Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG), British Columbia Training and Education Savings Grant (BCTESG), Quebec Education Savings Incentive Increase (QESI Increase) and Saskatchewan Advantage Grant for Education Savings (SAGES) can only be paid if all beneficiaries of the Family RESP are siblings. While the Canada Learning Bond (CLB) can be paid into a sibling-only Family plan, unlike the other plans mentioned above, the CLB cannot be shared among siblings.

Ask your financial advisor today about how to get started with education savings, or visit AGF.com/RESP.

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The commentaries contained herein are provided as a general source of information and should not be considered personal investment or tax advice. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy in these commentaries at the time of publication; however, accuracy cannot be guaranteed. Market conditions may change investment decisions arising from the use or reliance on the information contained here.
The contents of this Web site are provided for informational and educational purposes, and are not intended to provide specific individual advice including, without limitation, investment, financial, legal, accounting or tax. Please consult with your own professional advisor on your particular circumstances.
AGF Management Limited ("AGF"), a Canadian reporting issuer, is an independent firm composed of wholly owned globally diverse asset management firms. AGF's investment management subsidiaries include AGF Investments Inc. ("AGFI"), AGF Investments America Inc. ("AGFA"), Highstreet Asset Management Inc. ("Highstreet"), AGF Investments LLC (formerly FFCM LLC) ("AGFUS"), AGF International Advisors Company Limited ("AGFIA"), Doherty & Associates Ltd. ("Doherty") and Cypress Capital Management Ltd. ("CCM"). AGFI, Highstreet, Doherty and Cypress are registered as portfolio managers across various Canadian securities commissions, in addition to other Canadian registrations. AGFA and AGFUS are U.S. registered investment advisers. AGFIA is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland and registered with the Australian Securities & Investments Commission. AGF investment management subsidiaries manage a variety of mandates composed of equity, fixed income and balanced assets.
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Founded in 1957, AGF Management Limited (AGF) is an independent and globally diverse asset management firm. AGF brings a disciplined approach to delivering excellence in investment management through its fundamental, quantitative, alternative and high-net-worth businesses focused on providing an exceptional client experience. AGF's suite of investment solutions extends globally to a wide range of clients, from financial advisors and individual investors to institutional investors including pension plans, corporate plans, sovereign wealth funds and endowments and foundations.

For further information, please visit AGF.com.

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