Use your IRA or old 401(k) to Invest with Us
By using a self-directed IRA account, you can preserve the tax-protected status of your retirement funds by having the gains from your investment with Life Bridge Capital be tax-free through your IRA. In this scenario, your IRA, as its own entity, would become the investor in one of our offerings.The process is easy and straightforward and Advanta IRA can help you every step of the way.
The following accounts can be used:
- Traditional or Roth IRA
- Former employer’s 401(k) or any employer’s plan (403b, 457, TSP, etc)
- SEP or SIMPLE IRA
Are you ready to get started? Contact:
800.425.0653, ext. 1123
You can also complete the request for a free consultation or click on the link below to open your account online.
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About Life Bridge Capital LLC
Life Bridge Capital LLC is owned and operated by Whitney Sewell, a real estate investor who began his real estate investing career back in 2009. The company works with accredited investors, helping them improve their investment returns via the exceptional opportunities that multifamily syndication offers. Most people do not realize that they can take advantage of our investment offerings using a Traditional or Roth IRA, or an old 401(k) account.
Whitney and his wife Chelsea have adopted their two sons over the last four years. At the time of this writing, they are in the process of adopting their third child. They know the costs associated with adoption (up to $60,000 on average), but they also know the life-changing blessings it offers. There are millions of orphans worldwide, yet the financial burden of adopting is more than many families can consider. This is where Life Bridge Capital comes in, as it donates 50% of its own profits to help families give orphans a loving home. This becomes the best of both worlds for investors. They can receive exceptional returns financially, while also helping change the lives of orphans around the world, as well as the lives of the families who adopt them