Financial Solutions for People with Disabilities and their Families
Reading about the Registered Disability Savings Plan on the web can give you a basic understanding of the RDSP, but that is about it.
Our calculator takes you through a few easy-to-follow steps and shows you the maximum amount you can expect from the government each calendar year, and the amounts you need to contribute.
Financial Advice for People with Disabilities & Their Families
Reegan Financial offers sound financial advice for people who have disabilities and their family members. This financial advice is largely absent from traditional financial sources, and much of the information you’ll need is not something they have the understanding of. Our clients have turned to Reegan Financial for more than a decade to help them through this challenging terrain.
Financial Solutions for Parents of Children with Disabilities
Reegan Financial helps parents who have children with disabilities navigate this challenging and sometimes frustrating terrain. We answer your questions and help provide strategies and solutions to help you manage the complex government programs.
Financial Services for Trustees of Henson Trusts, Attorneys for Property & Legal Guardians
Reegan Financial helps trustees of Henson Trusts, attorney’s for property, and legal guardians understand and manage the complexities of managing financial assets for a person with a disability. They have a legal obligation to act in the best interests of the individual they are acting for, and should always make decisions with all the information available to them.
Personal Injury Settlements and Maintaining ODSP
Reegan Financial helps clients understand how to maintain ODSP and manage personal injury settlements. Settlements do not eliminate the need to ODSP, and eligibility can be maintained depending on how the settlement is managed.
Advice From Reegan Financial
If you don’t know how much you should contribute to your Registered Disability Savings Plan, you might not contribute enough. What is worse, you might contribute more than required. It is easy enough to deposit money into an RDSP. Withdrawing money is a different...
Reading about the Registered Disability Savings Plan on the web can give you a basic understanding of the RDSP, but that is about it. A little googling and you learn the government will contribute up to $90,000. But, figuring out how much can you expect from the government? Well, that is a much harder question to answer.
Thinking of opening a Registered Disability Savings Plan? If you are, you might be asking how much the government would contribute to it. A fair question without a straightforward answer. There are two types of RDSP contributions the government provides: The RDSP...
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Life is more complicated when you have a child with a disability.
Not simply because of the disability, but because our society is not built for people with disabilities. If it were, then half of all people with disabilities would not be unemployed, special education wouldn’t be so “special” and government programs and supports wouldn’t be so difficult to understand, navigate and secure.