Personal Financial Planning Update: Insurance Planning
Many CPAs are not comfortable providing insurance advice. However, these issues are not simply addressed. If clients do not have their insurance house in order, most other elements of the financial planning process will not be attainable. Help clients understand how to evaluate critical insurance issues, determine and prioritize possible exposures, and determine potential strategies for dealing with unforeseen risks.
Review today's insurance issues involving life, disability, health, long-term care, homeowners, auto, liability (professional and personal) and business; critical exposures that exist in each of these areas; and practical solutions that address these potentially devastating weaknesses. Learn the latest strategies and how to tackle these exposures.
Formerly title: Personal Financial Planning Update: Insurance Planning Update
- Assessing insurance companies
- Quantifying insurance needs
- Evaluating insurance products
- Insurance: Life, disability, health, long-term care, homeowners, automobile, umbrella (personal liability), business liability and business (first-to-die) insurance
- Determine how to size up insurance companies.
- Evaluate today's risk management and insurance issues
- Identify critical insurance exposures and prioritize a game plan when addressing them
- Identify an appropriate method for navigating, evaluating and suggesting policies.
- Recognize the tax implications when providing recommendations for insurance solutions.
- Determine the tax and financial planning components of life, disability, long-term care, health, homeowners, automobile and professional and personal liability coverages.
CPAs and financial planning professionals.
Applicable if you are a HSCPA member in good standing.
Applicable if you are not a HSCPA member.