Make informed retirement decisions with CE courses from today’s experts.
Our individual courses and Professional Development Membership Programs are designed to serve your needs as a retirement professional in the new retirement environment which requires that advisors take a holistic approach when managing the retirement assets, income, and risks of the middle mass and mass affluent markets. Subjects and speakers are chosen especially for retirement professionals, financial advisors, accountants, call center professionals, support staff, and public sector defined benefit, hybrid and defined contribution educators. Courses are broken down into the three components of retirement and income planning:
- PLAN for retirement readiness (green courses below). Retirement readiness is holistic, not just financial readiness.
- PROTECT plan from retirement risks (yellow courses below). Retirement risks can torpedo even the best-laid plans and should be assessed before designing a retirement income plan.
- PROVIDE retirement income (purple courses below). Retirement income planning is more complex than accumulation planning. All resources available (timing of Social Security, Medicare, pre- and after-tax savings and strategies, human capital, home equity, etc.) should be integrated into a retirement income plan.
We are a CE Quality Partner of the CFP Board of Standards and have over 50 courses accepted for continuing education (CE) credit for those who have earned the Certified Financial Planner® (CFP®) certification, the College for Financial Planning’s Chartered Retirement Plan Consultant (CRPC) certification, the American College’s designations (ChFC, CLU, RICP), the International Foundation for Retirement Education’s (InFRE) Certified Retirement Counselor® (CRC®) certification, ASPPA and other certification or designations. See our upcoming no-quiz, live webinar schedule here.
- Schedule of live webinars and rebroadcasts – No quiz necessary to receive CE credit when you attend the full session of live webinars and rebroadcasts
- Online CE courses available now – Take recorded webinars (online elearning courses) any time and receive CE credit by passing the online quiz after viewing the course
- Each course is $29 when purchased separately (click on the course name for more information), or receive access to all online and upcoming live courses when you Become a Member, 90 Days for $99 or 365 days for $199.
Choose from 50+ high-quality, informative webinars by today's leading experts.
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10 Essential IRA Tips for Helping Clients Save Taxes and Avoid Penalties
Grey Divorce and Retirement
Money for Life: Help your plan participants avoid going broke in retirement
The Holy Grail of Retirement: How to increase income and growth while improving liquidity
|A 21st Century Connection: Health and Wealth|
|Housing for Retirees: Buy, Sell or Hold?|
|No Portfolio is an Island|
|The Personal Cost of Caregiving: Women Need to Protect THEIR Retirement Too!
A Primer for Advisors on the Aging Brain: Understanding Cognitive Impairment, Taking Action Steps
How Much Can I Spend in Retirement? A Guide to Investment-Based Retirement Income Strategies
Off With Your (Rule of) Thumbs!
The Platinum Retirement Challenge - Gray Divorce
Addressing the Longevity Challenge: Housing Wealth Strategies that Improve Portfolio Survival
How to “Pensionize” Any IRA or 401(k) Plan
Optimizing Retirement Income Solutions in Defined Contribution Retirement Plans
Steve Vernon and Wade Pfau
The Silver Tsunami and Long-Term Care
|Behavioral Insights to Improve Retirement Security|
|How to “Pensionize” Any IRA or 401(k) Plan|
|Pensionizing Your (Client’s) Nest Eggs: What, How and Why?|
|The Stage is Set for Serving the Mid-Market
Boost Retirement Security with HSAs: Why Financial Planners and Advisors Should Add HSAs to Client Retirement Strategies
Roy Ramthun and Aaron Benway
How to Protect an Aging Client’s or Adult Child’s Retirement Security from a Medical Crisis
Principles of Effective One-to-One Communication
Three Steps to Helping Clients Manage Health Care Costs in Retirement
|Changing Behavior or Changing Attitudes|
|Integrating Home Equity and Retirement Savings through the "Rule of 30"|
Neuwirth and Sacks
|Protecting Your Clients from Financial Elder Fraud|
|Traditional IRA Distributions: Optional, Required, Penalties, and Tax Reporting
|Don't Let Disability Derail Retirement Security|
Rappaport and Kaleda
|Introduction to Managing Retirement Income|
|Retirement as a Time to Reinvent, Rewire, and Renew|
|Understanding Communication Styles
|Elder Law Basics: Long Term Care Medicaid & Asset Protection Planning for Seniors|
|Investing in Bonds in a Rising Rate Environment|
|Retirement Happiness: Planning for a Successful Transition|
|What Advisors Need to Know About Qualified Longevity Annuity Contracts
Enough About the Assets Already!
IRA Beneficiary Designations and Surviving Spouse Strategies: Why Many IRA Owners Should Use a Retirement Plan Trust
Reverse Mortgage Strategies for the Middle Market: An Alternative Asset Buffer
What Color Is Your Parachute? for Retirement: Planning for Prosperity, Health and Happiness
|Estimating the True Cost of Retirement|
|Is Retirement Past Its Prime? The Economic & Behavioral Realities of Retirement|
|Standby Reverse Mortgages: A Risk Management Tool for Retirement Distributions|
|What's Trending in the Field of Aging? Connecting the Dots with Financial Services
Finding Optimized Income Strategies for Middle Market Clients
Maximizing Your Clients’ Social Security
Tax-Efficient Draw Downs in Retirement
Where Senior Living and Retirement Planning Intersect, Opportunities Emerge
Finding the Gold in Gray: Keys to Serving Boomers and Older Clients
Medicare 101 – The As, Bs, Cs, and Ds of Medicare
The Decision to Retire and Post-Retirement Financial Strategies: Insight from Eight Focus Groups
Greenwald and Bogosian
Women and Retirement
Cindy Hounsell, Mary Beth Franklin, Shelley Giordano, Betty Meredith
Fitting Home Equity into a Retirement Income Strategy
Misperceptions and Management of Retirement Risks
The DOL Fiduciary Rule and Your Duty of Care
Year-end Planning and Compliance Requirements for IRAs