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Monday, September 28, 2015

SomeDay with RBC Twitter Party

Were you able to join the RBC RESP twitter party last week?
I learned so much. And honestly, here I thought I knew all that I needed to know already.

I wish I had known years ago that grandparents, godparents - whoever! can purchase RESP gift cheques for birthday's, Christmas whatever! - a direct donation to your child's account.
Or that a contribution of just $25 per week could grow to over $50000 by the time your child is 18 years old?
My Isabella's contribution eligibility will end in just a few short months once she turns 17 - I'll definitely be taking advantage of adding a wee bit more to her fund before she starts university next Spring.
#eeek #somebodyholdme
And thankfully, even if she decided NOT to start school right away - her RESP will be there waiting for her. 
Want to learn more?
Visit RBC here to get answers.
And while you're at it, enter the Grow Your RESP with RBC contest for a chance at 1 of 4 prizes of $500 towards your child's RESP - ends October 4th.
Disclaimer: This post was written as part of my affiliation with Influencer. 
As always, all opinions are strictly my own. 


  1. I'm so glad we started RESPs for both of our kids, I know it would have made a big difference for me coming out of university without a ton of debt.

  2. Thanks for sharing this Susan ... as Godmama to a couple of munchkins this is good info. Hugs, C.
    P.S. sent you an email..

  3. I had never heard of this before, checking it out!

  4. This is awesome! I am definitely going to check this out!

  5. Shame more people are not planing this way for their kids future :(

  6. Thanks for the great info, I plan on doing this for my baby to help with school tuition.

  7. I don't have an RESP yet but have been looking into this for the kids future. They are the number one priority to invest in! It's crazy to think that only $25 a week could turn into $50000 by age 18.

  8. I wish I had started an RESP for my son when he was small , hes in his third year of college now and its been a struggle at times. I have a 5 yr old daughter now so Ill be starting one asap so we dont have to go through this again !


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