Government Programs – Grand River Chapter – Cambridge April 28, 2016

MS Canada - Durham Regional Chapter

Government Programs for Families Affected by Disabilities (FAD)

April 28, 2016

This Workshop explains the Disability Tax Credit (DTC) Program, and the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP). With the DTC Program, you will learn the financial benefits available, discuss the eligibility requirements, and how to apply. With the RDSP, you will learn about the many features of this saving plan and the generous financial benefits provided by government bonds and grants.

Vaughan & Associates provide educational presentations about The Families Affected by Disabilities (FAD) Program that include:

  • Government Programs with the Disability Tax Credits, and the Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP),
  • Risk Management – Looking after what could go wrong,
  • Financial and Legal – Estate Planning
  • Wills, Power of Attorney, Trusts
  • Tax Planning

The Families Affected by Disability (FAD) program has assisted many families connected with MS and other Associations. This presentation is designed to provide you and your family insight to avenues you can pursue to further assist yourself.

DETAILS

Lions Community Hall

50 Ainsile St. N., Cambridge

Thursday, April 28, 2016  7:00 – 8:30 PM.

PRESENTER ~ Glenn WarrenGlenn Warren - 200x250

Glenn Warren has 19 years experience in Safety and Disability Management. He entered the Financial Services in 2008, specializing in assisting individuals with disabilities, as well as tax preparation and consulting. 

PRESENTER ~ Bob VaughanBob Vaughan - 200x250

Bob has been in the financial service industry for 29 years and presents these free workshops, hosted by organizations such as MS Society of Canada Chapters, Canadian Mental Health Association,  and Community Care Access Centres.

                          Email Bob directly:                                         bobvaughan@vaughanandassociates.ca

The series provides solutions and product education on topics that include saving, investing, insurance, mortgages, government disability tax credit & the registered disability savings plan, among others.

To Register, please contact:

Eric Dahlin

Grand River Chapter, Cambridge,  MS Society of Canada

519-653-4828  or dahlineric@rogers.com

This Event is hosted by:

MS Canada - Durham Regional Chapter

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