What are the rules for RESP?
You can contribute to an RESP for up to 31 years, and the plan can remain open for a maximum of 35 years. Under the CESG, the government matches 20% on the first $2,500 contributed annually to an RESP, to a maximum of $500 per beneficiary per year. The lifetime maximum per beneficiary is $7,200, up to age 18.
Does BMO have RESP?
You can open a self-directed RESP securely online through BMO InvestorLine. BMO Nesbitt Burns clients can open BMO RESPs through their advisors.
What are the rules for RESP withdrawals?
What is the maximum RESP withdrawal amount? There is no limit on the amount of PSE contributions that can be withdrawn. EAP withdrawals have a $5,000 limit (or $2,500 if the student is enrolled part-time) during the first 13 weeks of schooling. Once the 13 weeks have passed, any amount of EAP can be withdrawn.
At what age do RESP grants stop?
In a family RESP contributions must stop by the beneficiary’s 31st birthday or 31 years after the plan was established, whichever is earlier.
What is the best RESP plan in Canada?
Here are the best Robo-advisors in Canada that provide the best RESP plans:
- WealthSimple RESP. WealthSimple is one of the leading Robo-advisors in Canada, offering a variety of financial products through several registered accounts.
- Questrade RESP.
- CI Direct Investing (Formerly Wealthbar)
- Justwealth RESP.
How do I transfer money into my RESP BMO?
We’ll walk you through our easy online transfer form. Transfer funds between your BMO bank accounts and your BMO InvestorLine accounts (personal cash or margin account, RRSP, RESP and TFSA accounts). To set up recurring transactions, select the amount, frequency and start date that is convenient for you.
What can I do with leftover RESP money?
As the subscriber of an Individual or Family RESP, you have several options, including:
- Name a new beneficiary.
- Transfer assets to another eligible RESP.
- Transfer the accumulated income to an RRSP*
- Withdraw the funds.
- Transfer the earnings to a Registered Disability Savings Plan (RSDP)
How do I claim my RESP on my taxes?
Any money contributed to the RESP for your daughter or son grows tax-free within the account. That means as long as you don’t touch it, you don’t have to include any income on your tax return. It doesn’t get any simpler than that! Again, there’s no tax reporting needed at this point.
What happens to RESP money if not used?
The money that was contributed to the RESP over the lifetime of the plan may be withdrawn and returned to the subscriber. Contributions withdrawn are not subject to any additional tax. The subscriber can also elect to receive the income earned in the form of an Accumulated Income Payment (AIP).
How to open a RESP with BMO Bank of Montreal?
In Person* Visit your nearest BMO Bank of Montreal Branch, or book an appointment online to meet an Investment Professional. Make sure to bring: Get expert RESP advice by calling our BMO Investment Centre at 1-800-665-7700. You can open a self-directed RESP securely online through BMO InvestorLine.
Are there rules for withdrawing money from a resp?
There are a number of rules that come with owning an RESP. Many of these rules are specific to the withdrawal of money from an RESP. Here’s what you should know before you attempt to take money for your Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP).
How to open a RESP with BMO Nesbitt Burns?
BMO Nesbitt Burns clients can open BMO RESPs through their advisors. *RESP beneficiaries must have a social insurance number. Make sure your child has one before opening an RESP. How to apply for a SIN
How to transfer resp from financial advisor to BMO?
• The Financial Advisor must also complete Form B (attached after this Form A). Send both completed Forms A & B to the relinquishing financial institution in order to facilitate the transfer of the RESP to BMO.