Non-Registered Savings Program
Non-registered savings programs can be used for short-term and/or long term financial goals as well as supplemental retirement income. Employers will usually offer a non-registered savings plan to accommodate “excess” employee contributions, contributions above CRA limits to registered pension plans.
Who is eligible?
- Eligibility is usually determined by the plan sponsor
What are typical contributions to a NRSP? Are there contribution limits?
- Both employer and employee are eligible to contribute however the employer has control over the contribution levels.
- There are no limits to how much can be invested in a Non-registered savings program
Who is responsible for the investments?
- Employees may choose any of the investments in the plan, however the employer selects the investments available
Are there any withdrawal restrictions?
- Any withdrawals are determined in the provisions in each plan, employees can usually withdrawal from the plan since the contributions have already been taxed.
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