This webinar is an introduction to the basic rules that govern Social Security and why you should know them as a banker. Most younger Americans do not understand the importance of the program; for example, Social Security provides more than 50 percent of family income for two-thirds of older Americans! In addition, an estimated 10,000 Americans (on average) reach retirement age every day and are intensely interested in Social Security. In this webinar, we give special attention to Social Security coverage requirements, retirement benefits and spousal benefits and how you can use that information to advise your customers. We also cover how taxes and additional work affect those benefits.
- Who is covered by Social Security?
- Why is Social Security so important to American workers and retirees?
- What benefits are available for covered individuals?
- How are Social Security benefits calculated?
- What is "early retirement" and how does it affect a retiree’s Social Security benefits?
- What is “delayed retirement” and how does it affect a retiree’s benefits?
- Are Social Security benefits ever taxable?
- How are Social Security benefits affected when a beneficiary continues to work?
- What are basic ideas to create a Social Security retirement strategy?
Who Should Attend?
- Bankers who provide retirement planning services
- Bankers who interact with the public, especially older clients concerned about their Social Security benefits and claiming rules
- Bankers who need to learn about possible benefits for spouses, divorced spouses, widows, and divorced widows Note: millions of dollars go unclaimed every year - money that can lead to additional bank deposits!
- Bank employees and managers who want to learn about their own potential benefits and claiming strategies
- Bank Managers who want to provide Social Security counselling as either a “value added” for clients, or as a profit-center
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