This module provides an understanding of the relevant demography of aging; and market-useful knowledge of social, economic and health patterns in the over-50 population. This information is vital in understanding the overall profile of seniors nationally and internationally. With a better understanding of the predictive strengths and limitations of our forecasting tools, professionals are better prepared to respond to some of the fundamental questions their clients are facing in preparing for the later years. It examines the underlying implications of demographic trends, longevity, and how these extra years are being experienced and expressed now, and potentially in the years to come.
Qualifies for the Continuing Education Credits:
- The Institute For Advanced Financial Education/Advocis – 1.25 credits
- Financial Planners Standards Council/CFP – 1.50 credits