Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP)
An RESP is one of the easiest and best ways to save for your child’s future.
Why invest your money in an RESP?
RESPs help parents, grandparents, family, and friends save towards a child's future post-secondary education. We offer Individual and family plan RESPs and can help you choose the plan that works best for you.
What is an RESP?
An RESP is an investment account geared towards saving for a child’s education. It allows investments inside the account to grow tax free. Federal government incentives, such as the Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG), are also available. Here are some tips on how to save for your child’s education with an RESP.
Types of RESPs that Scotiabank offers
Our individual and family plans give you a range of options, whether you intend on naming one beneficiary or many.
What are the contribution limits?
There is a lifetime contribution limit of $50,000 that you can contribute to an RESP for up to 31 years. The plan can remain open for a maximum of 35 years.
The Investment Companion Booklet includes important information about our products, services, and fees.
Building your RESP
ScotiaFunds® Portfolio Solutions
Our Portfolio Solutions offer a diversified mix of mutual funds in the convenience of single investment to help you grow your savings while carefully managing risk. Whether you are seeking regular income or long-term growth, there’s a portfolio solution designed to help you achieve your goals.
Savings Accelerator Account
Earn a competitive interest rate on your money as it grows, with no monthly account fee. Available in registered1 and non-registered plans.
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