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Become an Advisor

NSSA Certificate Advisor Benefits

National Social Security Advisors Certificate will enable you to:

  • Grow Your Profits
  • Increase Your Revenues
  • Build Your Practice
  • Increase Your Value to Current and Prospective Clients

The 78 million baby boomers maturing into Social Security are seeking not just financial stability-they are also seeking peace of mind. They don’t want to leave any money on the table. With NSSA® Certification, they know that you will help them achieve their objectives.

Certificate Process

  • Take an educational course from an authorized educational provider.
  • Take an online proctored assessment.
  • Achieve a minimum test score of 75%.
  • Earn NSSA® Certificate.

Certificate Renewal

NSSA® Advisor Certificate lets clients and peers know that you have state-of-the-art, up-to-date training regarding how to help clients optimize their Social Security filings. We do our part to stay on top of Social Security regulations and Social Security programs-you need to do your part by renewing your training.

Biennially renewal cost is $395 or $1,000 for a lifetime membership. Additionally, 16 hours of continuing education is required to renew. Lifetime members must adhere to education requirements.

Biennial training not only provides you with the peace of mind that comes from knowing you are providing the best advice for your clients, it also serves to reassure your clients that their needs are being proactively met – thoughtfully, astutely, and competently.


Educational costs vary by format and education provider. Courses may be either a live class, live webinar, or taped on-demand.

The National Social Security Association partners with Premier Social Security Consulting for National Social Security Association Advisors education courses. Information regarding class schedules, class content, and costs is available at PremierNSSA.

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"NSSA has directly increased my credibility, my business, and overall client experience and satisfaction." Kimberly Y., Worthington, OH