Social Security has been a basic part of American life for more than 77 years. But, despite the age, the size, and the economic impact of the Social Security system, the myths and misunderstandings about what the program is, as well as what it is not, are sizeable. The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2015, and its impact on claiming strategies, makes it even more important for trusted advisors to learn the rules in order to best advise clients on how to maximize benefits.
Join us for this timely webinar with Former Director at the Social Security Administration, Kurt Czarnowski, to learn what these Social Security changes mean to you and your clients' financial security in retirement.
During this session, Kurt will educate you on the claiming strategies still available under the “new” law and what strategies have been grandfathered. He will explain spousal and survivor benefits, along with the benefits available to divorced clients.
Tom Dickson, Channel Leader at RMF, will provide two examples of how today’s lower-cost FHA-insured reverse mortgage can enhance Social Security claiming strategies.
"Absolutely one of the best courses that I've taken. Such necessary information that is so difficult to get until this seminar."
"Another great presentation with a lot of good information."
"Enjoyed the webinar. Slides were very good and well explained. I plan to attend other sessions in the future."
"Exceeded my expectations."
"Excellent presentation of Social Security Benefits in a way easily understood."
"Excellent presentation, filled with useful information."
A nationally recognized expert, Kurt is a former Director of the Social Security Administration where he served as a Regional Communications Director. He educates trusted advisors and their clients nationally on this complex topic. Kurt is frequently quoted in the Wall Street Journal, USA Today and numerous other media outlets. Kurt has been rated excellent by 91% of webinar attendees.
Tom Dickson is the National Leader of the Financial Advisor Channel at Reverse Mortgage Funding LLC (RMF). He directs RMF’s efforts to educate financial advisors on the new case for reverse mortgages and their use in strategy planning in retirement. Mr. Dickson is also responsible for managing RMF’s “Retirement Experts Network,” an online educational platform designed to help financial advisors learn more about important retirement issues. His monthly webinar series has educated over 45,000 advisors nationally on important retirement topics. Prior to joining RMF, Mr. Dickson was part of the MetLife Bank team that secured funding to support the academic research conducted by Harold Evensky and John Salter, which evaluated the use of a reverse mortgage as a strategic planning tool. Before joining MetLife Bank, he led sales for the launch of a financial advisor portal backed by Fidelity, Putnam and Franklin Templeton, which grew to over 120,000 registered users. During his extensive career working with financial advisors, he has held Series 6 and 65 securities licenses, helped launch some of the first online brokers and non-proprietary wrap programs and served as Product Manager for Mellon’s Institutional Custody business. In addition to hosting a variety of professional development presentations by speakers who are experts in their respective fields, RetirementExpertsNetwork.com offers members free access to an array of scholarly and topical resources on important financial subjects including Social Security, reverse mortgages, student financial aid and college planning, Medicare, divorce planning and more. Most webinars will typically offer continuing education (CE) credits to advisors who hold the CFP® designation. Visit RetirementExpertsNetwork.com to learn more about webinars and expert resources.
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