Software Polish EA-2F seminar - Secaucus, New Jersey


Rick Groszkiewicz, F.S.A., E.A., M.S.P.A. has taught EA-1, EA-2F and EA-2L seminars since 1983. He has given presentations at past Enrolled Actuaries Meetings, as well as ASPPA meetings.


Saturday, October 7 through Wednesday, October 11, 2017. The seminar runs from 9:00 AM to 5:45 PM (ends at 12:30 the last day), with 1.5 hours for lunch. Coffee, tea, and sodas are included.


Embassy Suites at 455 Plaza Drive, Secaucus, New Jersey 07094 (10 miles north of the Newark, NJ airport)

Limited Seating

Seminar limited to 24 participants. 
There are 18 seats left (as of September 18, 2017)


Intensive four and one-half day seminar oriented towards solving problems. Most of the applicable problems from the 2014 and 2015 exams will be worked during the seminar. To gain the most from this seminar, you should already be familiar with the material on the syllabus regarding pension funding methods and pension funding regulations.

Handout Materials

Shortly after July 31, participants will receive a summary of all prior exam problems by topic, notes on gain-loss analysis and cost methods, summaries and outlines of the topics on the Joint Board reading list, 160 practice problems and solutions and complete copies of all the seminar overheads. You will receive copies of prior exams and solutions for years 2014, 2015 and 2016.


Registration is $1,495 per person.


Book online, or call Embassy Suites reservations at 800-362-2779, and tell them you are in the Software Polish EA-2 seminar. You should request the "Corporate rate" for the Software Polish seminar, which is $196 per night.

This special rate is only available until September 15, 2017.

Questions, Comments

Call or fax Rick at 770-971-8913, or send email:


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PLEASE NOTE - You should fax an order form to reserve a seat in the seminar. You should receive an e-mail confirming receipt of your fax. If you don't receive confirmation, please call Rick at 770-971-8913.

Last modified: September 18, 2017