$50 BONUS TO YOUR RESP

For a limited time, get $50 bonus contribution when you open a registered education savings plan with Universitas Financial1.

To commend on your initiative to start saving for your child's post-secondary education, we are pleased to offer you a $50 bonus contribution toward your RESP. Like you, we believe education is a priority! Our mission is to help all children achieve their dreams, regardless of the academic path they choose.

RESP contributions also attract a hefty sum in grant money from the government! In Quebec, every child is eligible to 30% to 60%2,3 in grants on the contributions you make. In New Brunswick, your child could receive 20% to 40%.2

To receive your $50 bonus, simply contact a representative from Universitas Financial by completing the form below.

TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE $50 BONUS OFFER


To take advantage of this special offer and learn more about the grants your child is entitled to, please fill out the form below and a Scholarship Plan Representative will contact you.

Legal Notes

1. The “$50 Bonus to your RESP” offer is subject to certain conditions. The $50 is offered for all new individual or group scholarship plans opened. Limit of one bonus of $ 50 per new scholarship plan. Offer valid until the date indicated on the promotional offer. The scholarship plan agreement must be signed no later than May 31, 2018. This offer is not redeemable for cash, is non-refundable in the event of a plan cancellation, and cannot not be shared between several beneficiaries or plans. This offer is applicable if the conditions required to proceed with the opening of a registered education savings plan are met. For more details, see our prospectus.

2. The Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG) equal to 20% to 40% based on adjusted family net income. The annual CESG limit is set at $600 and the lifetime limit is set at $7,200 per beneficiary.

3. The Quebec Education Savings Incentive (QESI) equal to 10% to 20% based on adjusted family net income. The annual limit is set at $300 and the lifetime limit is set at $3,600 per beneficiary.