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CUNA training adds IRA option through Ascensus
MADISON, Wis. (6/5/14)--Through a partnership with Ascensus, CUNA CPDOnline has added five new IRA courses to its selection of Web-based training courses, the Credit Union National Association announced Wednesday.
 
The courses are now available to CUNA CPDOnline members and for individual purchase.
 
As the largest independent retirement and college savings services provider in the United States, Ascensus offers IRA training courses that cater to credit union professionals of all experience levels.
 
"Ascensus' solutions further round out CUNA CPDOnline's comprehensive selection of training options," said Marlo Foltz, CUNA's vice president of blended learning. "With the addition of the IRA course content, our members can confidently advance through the basics of IRA transfers and contributions and on to more involved topics like establishment and distribution."
Newly added Ascensus course topics include:
  • Establishing an IRA;
  • IRA contributions;
  • IRA-to-IRA transfers and rollovers;
  • IRA distributions; and
  • Traditional IRA required minimum distribution.
Each course also includes an exam.
 
"CUNA CPDOnline draws upon more than 40 years of credit union training," Foltz said. "It includes everything a credit union needs to manage their training program. Consisting of more than 350 professionally designed courses and exams, it combines the ease of an on-demand learning management system with expertly designed, self-study credit union courses and personal assistance."
 
For more information or to order the courses, use the resource link.
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