Certified Senior Consultant - CSC

DEFINITION of 'Certified Senior Consultant - CSC'

A certification indicating knowledge in key issues facing aging members of the population (individuals in their 50s, 60s and 70s) including Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid planning, housing and retirement.

BREAKING DOWN 'Certified Senior Consultant - CSC'

The CSC program is a 30-hour self-study program comprised of five modules totaling 25-30 hours offered by the Institute of Business & Finance (IBF). The course includes three final exams administered by the National Association of Securities Dealers and requires 15 hours a year of continuing education for the first five years following certification.

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