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Earn 1.2 CPE and/or 1 CLE credits by joining us for a free educational webinar, Medicare Planning: What Attorneys and CPAs Need to Know to Help their Clients Manage Health Care Expenses in Retirement.
Since 2013 Pat Burris has helped many CPAs and Attorneys make informed Social Security and Medicare decisions for themselves and their clients. Join us for these webinars designed specifically for legal and financial professionals, earn CLE/CPEs and learn how to help your clients make sure they get the right benefits at the right time.
Figuring out what Medicare covers, what it does not, and the steps to obtain the coverage needed can be very confusing. If your clients don’t take the right steps at the right time, they could be subject to penalties for the rest of the life and pay too much in premiums. In addition to gaining valuable insights on what you need to now to effectively help your clients, you will learn:
- Dates to pay attention to when it comes to Medicare
- How much your clients can expect to spend on Medicare
- The differences between Medicare Advantage and Medigap Plans and which plans make sense for whom
- How premiums are determined; when and how to appeal extra premiums for higher income clients
- How capital gains, Roth Conversions and RMDs affect future Medicare premiums
Each course has been approved for 1.0 hours CLE by the Alabama Bar Association and 1.2 hours of business related CPE by the Alabama State Board of Public Accountancy.
CLE for Attorneys: If you provided your Alabama State Bar number, Meld Financial will report your attendance to the Regulatory Department of the Alabama State Bar.
CPE for CPAs: This program is designed and administered to qualify for the noted hours of credit. However, each participant is responsible for self-reporting and claiming credit only for the actual hours of attendance.