Real estate IRAs are popular with people who want diversity and leverage against potential losses in the stock market. You can choose your own assets including commercial and residential property, raw land, as well as tax liens and deeds.
Millions of investors are seeking professional advice for investing trillions of dollars in U.S. retirement assets. Understanding and embracing self-directed IRAs means a new source of clients, investors, and capital.
People turn to self-direction these days because they want control. There is a certain security in making your own choices, especially when it comes to investing accounts. Self-directed health savings accounts (HSAs) give you control over your own investing decisions just like a self-directed IRA. And, yes, … Read More
We all want it—enough money to finance our lives in our later years. That dream home where we can retreat to after a long day of playing golf, or whatever it is we do when we retire. We want to retire comfortably. We want to be worry … Read More
So, you’ve decided you want to invest in real estate with your IRA. By now, you’ve explored the different options, you’ve chosen which self-directed plan is the best to suit your needs—and now you’re ready to begin choosing assets that can build income for your retirement. What … Read More
One of the most popular ways individuals use self-directed retirement plans is to acquire real estate. These plans allow owners total control over their investing funds and decisions with the opportunity to choose alternative assets to earn income for retirement. Real estate falls into the alternative asset … Read More
Children watch what you do—and perhaps the most important financial lesson they can learn from you is the importance of saving for retirement and beginning to do so as early as possible. They may not understand the concept at a young age, but your guidance in this … Read More
How involved are you in understanding the investments in your retirement plan? Do you anticipate having to work past the age of 65? Are you afraid you may not have adequate funds to retire at all?If your answer is yes to any of those questions—you are not … Read More