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Once you know the basics of IRA rules and procedures, it’s time to step up to the next level of serving your members’ IRA needs. This six-part video training, presented by IRA expert John Baptista, Jr., can be viewed as an entire day of training or as one module at a time.
Designed for those who want to expand beyond basic IRA skills, this study of more advanced issues includes:
Plus you’ll get a link to the newest IRS Publication 520, the official IRA guidelines. The instructor will show you how to use this important resource to find answers to your members’ questions. You can print it, save it to your desktop, or both.
Whether you train in a group or on your own, you’ll love the convenience of getting IRA training when it fits your schedule. With the seminar’s six easy-to-manage sections, you can view the seminar all at once, a section at a time, or even at your staff meetings. It’s your choice. You can even pause the video as you use its built-in learning activities or discuss key points.
Approximate length of video: 3 1/2 hours
Want to review and refresh your basic IRA knowledge before moving a step up? Look for "IRA Fundamentals" in the Compliance section of the eTrain Anytime Archives library.
Meet the presenter, John Baptista, Jr.:
John Baptista, Jr. combines over three decades of experience in the financial industry and business world, with specialties in management, and customer service. He is an alumnus of the University of Southern California and the University of San Diego.
John's training style is described as "down to earth, comfortable, refreshing, and engaging with a practical approach to education". He takes the text book and transforms it to the real world. This allows individuals to learn skills they can readily put to use. With an uncanny ability to make participants feel at ease, his programs are extremely interactive with participants opening up and being actively involved.
|Program length:||3:30 hours|
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