Women and Retirement
Women are in many ways disproportionately affected by some retirement risks. Increase your Women and Retirement expertise with these courses created and presented by leading retirement industry experts while you fulfill your CE requirements. Individual courses are $39 each.
All of our courses were created by retirement industry leaders to help keep advisors, retirement administrators, call center professionals, and trustees up-to-date on trending retirement subjects.
Courses are initially delivered as monthly live webinars, when you have the opportunity to ask the expert questions on the material, and receive credit with no additional exam required for live webinar attendees, the best way to earn CE all year long.
Shortly after the live broadcast, all webinars then become available as elearning, audio (MP3 download) and handout courses, to make it easy for you to learn and acquire CE credit in a format and time-frame that fits your busy life.
Courses are each worth 1-2 CFP®, CRC®, ASPPA, CLU®, ChFC®, RICP®, CASL and other CE credit. A printable certificate is available certifying that you successfully earned CE credit after you take elearning and/or audio courses and pass the online quiz.
Become a Member to have full access to 50+ CE credit courses,
including many of those below, in these retirement-specific
topics, presented by leading industry experts:
$99 - 90 Days Full Access or $199 - 365 Days Annual Premier.
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New! Women and Retirement
(2.0 hrs CFP®, CRC®, and PACE CE)In retirement, women are more at risk than men of living longer than expected, surviving a spouse, experiencing a “grey divorce”, being a caregiver, dealing with the long-term care expenses of a spouse, and eventually relying solely on Social Security for their retirement income. By being retirement smart, we can help our women clients prepare ahead of time for the retirement-specific risks that are most likely to affect them. Come to this session to hear a power-packed
panel provide specifics about what planners should do to help their women clients
be more retirement secure.
(1.0 hr CFP®, CRC®, PACE, ASPPA CE)Sixty-six percent of caregivers are women, according to the “Caregiving in the U.S.” study the National Alliance for Caregiving. Caregivers spend on average 20 hours each week providing care, leaving them with less time for paid work. In sum, caregiving has serious financial consequences and it is important for women to understand the consequences and to take steps, whenever possible, to protect their retirement security.