Quest CE announced that its continuing education course, “Retirement Planning and Annuities,” is approved in Missouri and Wisconsin for eight (8) credit hours. Quest has filed this course to be nationally approved and expects approval in the next few weeks.
“Planning for retirement can involve multitudes of subjects. As individuals gain knowledge on the value of annuities, they will understand the benefit of this product,” Quest CE said in a release.
“For example, young couples tend to not consider retirement planning in the early stages of their lives together. Saving for retirement may be difficult, however learning the right ways to save will yield for a high financial gain when ready to retire. The earlier a young couple plans for retirement, the more their retirement will be free from financial anxieties.
In addition, some couples may form an annuity contract with an insurance company, making a series of payments now, to secure receiving periodic payments in the future. Annuities typically offer tax-deferred growth of earnings and may include a death benefit that will pay the beneficiary a guaranteed minimum amount.”