Small Business Retirement Plans and Ethical Practices
Course DescriptionSmall businesses constitute an essential element of the U.S. economy. Approximately 30 million small businesses operate in the United States, making up the vast majority of employer firms in the country. Collectively, these small businesses employ nearly 80 million workers or approximately half of all private sector employees.
This course provides a comprehensive overview and analysis of small business arrangements and the retirement benefit plans available to each. It examines the characteristics and advantages of employer sponsored IRAs, Payroll Deduction IRAs, Qualified Retirement Plans, Defined Contribution/Benefit Plans, 401(k) plans, Keogh Plans. The course concludes with a section discussing ethics, regulation of the insurance industry and unfair trade and marketing practices.
Learning ObjectivesUpon completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Identify Small Business structures recognized by the IRS
- Understand the pros and cons of purchasing life insurance in a 401(k) plan
- Identify all applicable rules and fiduciary responsibilities
- Compare 401(k) plans, Simplified Employee Pension IRAs and Simple IRAs
- Recognize appropriate tax advantaged investments
- Apply the Suitability Model Regulation when recommending and selling annuities
- Describe insurance industry regulations
- Cite unfair marketing practices
- Outline ethical dilemmas
- Summarize the provisions of the Secure Act
|Credit Type:||Wealth Management, Ethics and Tax Regulation|
|Provider:||Broker Educational Sales & Training, Inc.|