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Old 04-24-2021, 09:10 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by Slava View Post
No, you get the maximum grant and that's that. In other words, if you put $10k in today, you get the $500 and that is it. You could split those contributions into 4 years and get the $500/year, but you won't get it all at once.
I have a question somewhat related to this and estate planning. If my wife and I were to both pass, we would want our kids RESP topped off, but would it be better to have the estate just pay $2500/year/kid in order to get the grant?
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