Louisville, Colorado (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
New Direction IRA taught seven continuing education webinars through the North Carolina Association of Certified Public Accountants (NCACPA) this month, which will soon be available on demand online at http://www.ncacpa.org.
The online courses each provide one or two hours of Continuing Education (CE) credits for those who tuned in to the live webinars in August and September or those who access the recorded versions on demand in the future. The CE credits are available to CPAs nationwide, not just those in North Carolina.
New Direction IRA CEO Bill Humphrey said he was approached by NCACPA to provide materials for the many CPAs the organization services.
“We are thrilled to be working with the NCACPA,” Humphrey said. “Our ongoing national expansion program provides CPAs and professionals the tools to help them allow their clients re-invent their retirement investment strategy.”
The courses allow accountants to help their clients imagine and implement a new approach to achieving retirement goals. Those who participate in the lessons will learn what retirement plans can invest in, relevant IRS rules, step-by-step processes for a variety of asset purchases, trends, misconceptions and more.
The information, Humphrey added, is culled from more than 10 years of experience working directly with financial professionals and self-directed IRA investors. Classes began on August 28 with “Introduction to Alternative Investments in IRAs,” and “Opportunities and Limitations of Self-Directed IRAs for CPAs and Financial Advisors.”
Humphrey said the curriculum also includes a course about Health Savings Accounts (HSAs), which are rapidly growing in popularity according to several recent financial surveys and registration numbers with New Direction IRA.
“Our HSA class introduces strategies for building your HSA balance with an eye toward medical costs in retirement,” Humphrey said. “We help HSA clients put the ‘savings’ back into what is often used as a ‘spending’ account.”
The courses also include three sessions about Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT), investing IRAs with debt financing and “Self-Directed IRA Real Estate Investing.”
The series is yet another event New Direction IRA has participated in this year, along with seminars, workshops and classes across the country and online. For a full list of upcoming New Direction IRA events, visit http://www.newdirectionira.com.
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