Invest early; invest regularly for your child's future with an RESP
An RESP is a government-supported program that helps you save for your children or grandchildren's post-secondary education. Money you invest in an RESP grows without being taxed until it is withdrawn and if it is withdrawn by your child or grandchild, often their tax rate may be lower than yours.
At HSBC you can invest in a Family Plan RESP that enables you to:
Significantly increase your savings when you register your RESP for the Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG), which matches 20% of eligible annual contributions up to a maximum of $500 per child per year (the lifetime limit of the basic CESG is $7,200; certain parents may qualify for the additional CESG, but you should consult your own advisor to determine if you qualify)
Invest in your child's future by contributing to an RESP today.
Benefits and details
- Government grantsBuild your RESP faster with government grants
- Often Tax efficientWithdraw funds for school at your child's tax rate - which may be lower than yours
- Flexible planTransfer funds between 2 or more of your children or grandchildren
- Program optionsUse the funds for a variety of education programs
- Defer taxesGenerally pay no tax on the growth in your investments until money is withdrawn
- Wide selection of investmentsChoose from HSBC Mutual Funds, including World Selection® Diversified Funds
- Start early, save regularlyMaximize the benefits of compounding and dollar cost averaging by starting a regular investment plan
- Flexible savingsConvert your funds to another investment if the child does not pursue further education
How an RESP works
Create a portfolio that meets your investment needs
Additional government grants
When it's time to access your RESP funds
How to apply
You can apply for the CESG if the child (beneficiary):
Open an RESP today
Call and speak to a HSBC Investment Funds (Canada) Inc. Mutual Fund Advisor at 1-888-310-4722.
Apply for additional government grants
Find out if you are eligible.
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2 If the beneficiary is already 16 to 17 years old you may still be able to apply for the CESG, if the following conditions are met:
• An RESP contribution of at least $2,000 must have been made, and not withdrawn, before the year in which the beneficiary turns 16, or,
• A minimum of four $100 annual contributions must have been made, and not withdrawn, in any of the years before the year in which the beneficiary turns 16