The rigorous three-course credential helps advisors master retirement income planning, a key focus area not fully covered in other professional designation programs. From retirement portfolio management techniques and mitigation of plan risks to the proper use of annuities, employer-sponsored benefits and determining the best
Those who focus on retirement income planning in their practices will want this critical information as well as those who have obtained other designations such as ChFC(R), CPA(R), CFA(R), CFP(R) certification or CLU(R). There are no educational prerequisites to participate in the program. "Over the next 17 years, more than 7,000 people will reach age 65 every day. Many have not saved enough for retirement and others are concerned about how to convert what savings they do have into reliable streams of retirement income," explains
The program features e-delivery with online videos and study materials. Typically, professional designation programs are built around textbooks. The RICP(TM) curriculum is uniquely based around online video lectures and interviews along with supplemental material and a comprehensive study guide. The program features in-depth videos and late-breaking insights and curriculum.
"The RICP(TM) curriculum appeals to many key experts in the financial industry- independent advisors, registered reps, advisors in banks and insurance professionals. We all have a duty to provide investors planning for retirement with sound advice on how to create sustainable income in retirement," says Barton.
For more information on the RICP(TM) curriculum, visit http://www.theamericancollege.edu/ads/ricp.
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