CPA, Training Instructor
President and Co-Founder of NARSSA
Train your staff to help you offer quality accounting services confidently and consistently. Whether they are new employees who need to be certified or existing staff who have proven their loyalty and are ready for more, this is the training they need.
In addition to training, certification, and support, you save your time having to do it all. Speak with our team to see what’s available and how we can help you.
Step 1 – Teaching you accounting & bookkeeping
Step 2 – Helping you pass the Professional Bookkeeper Certification Exam
Step 3 – Giving you assistance to find a great job OR to get clients for the next 1-2 years
On 60 Minutes Anderson Cooper unveiled a challenge facing the Social Security system: widespread overpayments in Social Security benefits, and the subsequent clawbacks that shock unsuspecting recipients. This issue touches the lives of many Americans, from retirees to disabled workers and their dependents, emphasizing the crucial role of professional help in navigating these turbulent waters. Registered Social Security Analysts (RSSAs) are specially trained in this area.
The segment illustrated these predicaments with the cases of the Swords, a Chicago couple confronted with a staggering $51,887 bill from the Social Security Administration (SSA), and Roy Farmer, who faced a claim for a debt from when he was just 11 years old. These stories demonstrate a larger, systemic problem within the SSA, where errors made by the agency become the burdens of citizens, who are often unable to shoulder this burden.
For the RSSAs, as well as the financial professionals, agents, advisors, and consumers who rely on their expertise, this report underscores the importance of the RSSA designation. RSSAs are equipped not only to assist clients in maximizing their lifetime Social Security benefits but also to serve as vigilant advocates in the face of SSA’s complex and error-prone system.
The National Association of Registered Social Security Analysts, Ltd. (NARSSA) is committed to empowering our members with the tools and knowledge to support clients through these challenges. We believe that the expertise of RSSAs in crafting sophisticated claiming strategies is invaluable, especially as the demographic bulge of baby boomers moves into retirement.
In response to the challenges highlighted in the “60 Minutes” report, NARSSA will continue to advocate for policy changes that protect Social Security beneficiaries. We are dedicated to ongoing education for our members and to raising public awareness about the benefits of working with an RSSA.
Complete the form on this page to learn more and see how you can offer this valuable service to your clientele.