2018 National Social Security Advisor Training Set for 19 U.S. Cities

Professional advisors at work at an NSSA® Social Security training seminar. (Oak Tree Communications Photo)

Since retirements today can last up to 30 years, Social Security is increasingly important to help retirees not outlive their money. That’s why we developed the NSSA Advisor program—to help advisors teach clients everything they need to know about Social Security, but may have been reluctant to ask.

National Social Security Advisor (NSSA®) has set its 2018 Social Security education courses schedule for professional advisors nationwide.

The NSSA Social Security education and certificate program will be offered in 19 cities this year, said Marc Kiner, partner at Premier Social Security Consulting of Cincinnati, which teaches the program.

“Baby boomers turn 65 years old at the rate of 10,000 a day, yet the majority of boomers know little about how to maximize their Social Security income,” said Kiner.

“Since retirements today can last up to 30 years, Social Security is increasingly important to help retirees not outlive their money. That’s why we developed the NSSA program—to help advisors teach clients everything they need to know about Social Security, but may have been reluctant to ask.”

About 76 million Americans are classified as baby boomers.

Premier announced a tuition rate increase for 2018, with a discount for registrations made before December 31. Projected tuition for the live class after Dec. 31 will be $995, with web-based and on-demand classes at $695.

Premier also provides education options that include private, on-site classes for organizations that need to provide in-house Social Security training to multiple professional advisors.

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