The Harkin Institute’s Continuing Education Series

Continuing education is a vital requirement that helps keep professionals informed and maintain their license. The shear variety of information and topics discussed during these educational sessions will be beneficial to anyone. That’s why The Harkin Institute is launching its Continuing Education Series.  

The Harkin Institute will host sessions with industry experts on a variety of topics including health savings plans, ABLE accounts, tax incentives, health insurance options, ERISA, retirement planning, statutory updates, employment rights, living with disabilities – even food security and sustainable design and architecture. These sessions will provide attendees a chance expand their knowledge and skills. They will also offer attorneys, insurance providers, third-party administrators, architects, landscape architects, social workers, and other professionals the ability to earn valuable continuing education credits. Professionals in Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Missouri, Illinois, South Dakota, Texas, and Virginia will be eligible for credit. 

Please note: these sessions are for educational purposes only. Each person’s set of circumstances is unique and requires specific strategies. It is the responsibility of all parties to seek legal, insurance, tax, and financial advice with a professional familiar with your specific needs and goals. 

All expenses related to taking this course are an above-the-line deduction for your business—please refer to the rules of IRS Form Schedule C for more in-depth guidance. 

Series Schedule

Upcoming Sessions

May 31 12:00–1:00 p.m.

Lunch and Learn: Empowering Businesses, Families, and Communities with Health Savings Plans, Part III

Past Sessions

March 8 12:00–1:00 p.m.

Lunch and Learn: Empowering Businesses, Families, and Communities with Health Savings Plans. Part I: FSAs

April 12 12:00–1:00 p.m.

Lunch and Learn: Empowering Businesses, Families, and Communities with Health Savings Plans, Part II: HSAs