CANADA

This website is intended for residents of Canada.

Education Savings

Registered Education Savings Plans — or RESPs — are designed to help Canadians save for their children’s post-secondary education. And thanks to government grants, those savings can grow quickly.

Resources

  • RESP Application Form
  • Grant Form (Application for Basic and Additional CESG and CLB)
  • Annex A — use this if you’re naming multiple beneficiaries to one RESP
  • Annex B — use this if the account owner is not the Primary Care Giver
  • Annex C — use this to apply for Saskatchewan Advantage Grant for Education Savings (SAGES)
  • Annex D — use this to apply for British Columbia Training and Education Savings Grant (BCTESG)
  • RESP Withdrawal Form

Family Plans vs. Individual Plans

Find out what distinguishes Family Plans from Individual Plans.

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Grants & Incentives

Learn which government-sponsored incentives may be available to you – and how to apply.

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Opening an RESP – preparing for your meeting

Everything you need to open a Franklin Templeton education savings plan.

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Contributing to an RESP

Learn about lifetime maximums and the special conditions that apply to beneficiaries who are 16 or 17 years old.

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Transferring an RESP to Franklin Templeton

Learn the difference between eligible and ineligible transfers and how to bring your client’s RESP to Franklin Templeton.

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Educational Withdrawals

How to withdraw from your RESPs before classes start—and what we accept as proof of enrollment.

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Non-Educational Withdrawals

The conditions (and, yes, consequences) of every type of non-educational withdrawal.

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