Below is a list of the updated Financial Planning courses available at HCC:
FNPL-101, Personal Financial Planning
Terminology and concepts; personal financial statements; financial advisor roles; asset and credit management; insurance needs; investment decisions; income tax planning; retirement and estate planning.
FNPL-106, Credit Management
Consumer credit terminology; money management; banking; credit worthiness, traps, impairment, and restoration, home ownership and preservation.
FNPL-108, Financial Planning for Retirement
Budgets and cash flow; markets and investments; taxes; risk management; lifestyle options; employer vs. employee plans; mental transitions.
FNPL-110, Estate Planning & Elder Law
Joint ownership; beneficiary designation; powers of attorney; healthcare documents; government programs; relocation; long-term care insurance; wills; estate taxes; non-traditional families.
FNPL-201, Investment Analysis & Portfolio Selection
Markets; transactions; return and risk measurement; common stock; fixed income securities; speculative investments; mutual funds; real estate; shelters and limited partnerships; analytical techniques; portfolio management.
FNPL-202, Risk Management & Insurance
Fundamentals and terminology; private insurance branches; life and health policies; property and liability contracts; employee benefit plans; social security and unemployment and workers compensation; industry regulation.
FNPL-206, Banking & Financial Planning
Loan categories; legal and ethical issues; consumer lending; investments and trusts; loan maintenance; foreclosure negotiations; the Federal Reserve
FNPL-210, Financial Planning Seminar
A capstone practical application project
For more information on the Financial Planning Program, contact Dr. Judith Kizzie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-518-4931.