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resp.

1. respective.
2. respectively.
3. respelled; respelling.
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With a wide range of RESP options, including new plans sanctioned by the government, Knowledge First Financial can help students realize the dream of a college education and can help parents and guardians work toward financing the high cost of tuition and other expenses without putting undue financial hardship on the family.
Knowledge First Financial has been a leading provider of RESP consultation and guidance for 50 years.
Getting a head start on saving by opening an RESP when your child is born will help.
FXGTM: RESP (Asp +) can identify Aspergillus and Pneumocystis within 4 hours, which account for over 95% of cases of fungal pneumonia.
An RESP is a tax-sheltered account that allows money to be accumulated solely for post-secondary education.
A Canadian taxpayer (officially referred to as "the subscriber") can open an RESP account in the name of a beneficiary as a trust agreement at a financial institution.
There are several types of RESP options available: non-family plans, that can have only one beneficiary; family plans, what can have one or more beneficiaries, although the beneficiaries must be related to the subscriber or subscribers, either through birth or adoption; and group plans, which are usually offered by foundations, which administer each RESP as part of a group.
Effective January 1, 1998, the Federal Government will contribute a grant equal to 20% (maximum $400 per child) on the first $2000 annual contributions directly to the subscriber's RESP.
Milligan recommends reallocating funds now spent on CESGs to areas more directly targeted to "deserving postsecondary students and rolling the RESP program into general tax-preferred savings accounts.
The new rules brought in by the federal budget of February 20, 1990, have reduced the tax benefits associated with RESPs, on the premise that the government wanted to ensure that the tax-assisted savings associated with an RESP bears a reasonable relationship to the costs of post-secondary education.
Once proclaimed, SAGES could benefit more than 83,000 Saskatchewan children under the age of 18 through contributions made to their RESP accounts each year.
owners from the Form 3520 filing requirements for reporting transfers to RRSPs and RESPs.