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RESP Withdrawal Decision Tree

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When withdrawing from an RESP, there are a variety of considerations to keep in mind, such as is this the first time the beneficiary is attending post-secondary education, are they attending full or part-time, and what makes the most sense – withdrawing EAP and/or PSE. This RESP decision tree outlines the different withdrawal options available depending upon the students circumstances.

For additional information about maximizing your RESP’s value, please see here.

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