This IRA training course explains the regulations that govern IRA contributions; distribution rules; and IRA-to-IRA rollovers, IRA-to-IRA transfers, and direct rollovers.
Estimated time to complete: 30-90 minutes
Part 1: IRA Contributions
Part 2: IRA Distributions
Part 3: IRA Rollovers, Transfers, and Direct Rollovers
Course Description and Audience: This online IRA course is self-paced and does not include instructor facilitation.
IRA Overview More Info/Register
This six-week online course provides the tools to build a solid IRA knowledge base and become certified as a Certified IRA Specialist (CIS) I. Topics include establishing an IRA, contributions, Traditional and Roth IRA distributions, and portability.
Each week consists of a self-paced eLearning module (45 to 60 minutes), followed by a 90-minute interactive webinar on Wednesdays at 1:00 p.m. CT (Central Time) to help participants apply their knowledge from the eLearning module. If you’re unable to attend, webinars are recorded for on demand viewing. After completing IRA University, attendees have the opportunity to earn their Certified IRA Specialist I (CIS I) designation for no additional cost.
Audience: You should attend this course if you are new to IRAs, need a refresher, or want to earn the CIS I designation.
IRA University More Info/Register
IRA Essentials On Demand:
IRA Essentials OnDemand is the perfect solution for those who need an introduction to IRAs but cannot attend a face-to-face training session. IRA reference materials, job aids, quizzes, and videos blend together to create an immersive educational experience. Explore six educational tracks: Introduction to IRAs, Establishing an IRA, Funding, Portability, IRA Distributions, and Reporting.
- Introduction to IRAs
- IRA Distributions
- Establishing an IRA
Audience: You should attend if you need to learn the basics of Traditional and Roth IRAs, want an updated, general refresher on IRA rules, or want to obtain CE credits.