FPL 300 Retirement Planning (3 credits)
The Retirement Planning course starts with an examination of anticipated retirement needs. The course considers the range of public and private retirement programs available to individuals and organizations. Since the legal environment plays a critical role in this process, relevant laws and their impact on the process are studied. The course then looks at the additional financial dynamics that can arise for individuals during the retirement years. Finally, other deferred compensation programs that are not be considered "qualified" are discussed.
Prerequisite: FPL 200.