Why CLU®? Why ChFC®?

 

 

A Chartered Financial Consultant (ChFC®) certificant has completed the most extensive educational program required for any financial services credential. Each ChFC® has taken at least eight college-level courses on all aspects of financial planning from The American College, a non-profit educator with the highest level of academic accreditation. The average study time for the program is over 400 hours, and advisors frequently spend years earning this coveted distinction. Each ChFC® must also complete a minimum of 30 hours of continuing education every two years and must meet extensive experience requirements to ensure that you get the professional financial advice you need.

 

 

A Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU®) certificant has earned the premier credential in the insurance profession, representing eight or more comprehensive college-level courses covering all aspects of insurance planning, estate and retirement issues, taxation, business insurance, and risk management. This designation is 80 years old and is conferred by The American College, a non-profit educator with the highest level of accreditation. The average study time for the program is over 400 hours and can take years to earn. Each CLU® must also complete a minimum of 30 hours of continuing education every two years and meet extensive experience requirements, ensuring the knowledge you’re counting on is both comprehensive and current.

 

 

 

The American College is accredited by:
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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