IRS-approved investments for your Self-Directed IRA include real estate (the most popular asset), cryptocurrencies, precious metals and tax liens/deeds.
The real estate market is ever changing, now more than ever. However, using retirement funds to invest in the space remains as popular as ever.
With the stock market overvalued, now might be the perfect time to take action by investing in alternative assets, like real estate and more.
Real Estate Investing with a Solo 401(k) is the most popular way to invest your retirement funds; plus, UBTI rules don’t apply to a 401(k).
A hedge fund is an investment sophisticated investors utilize to amass profits very quickly. They are not without risk and should be carefully considered.
A Solo 401(k) for real estate investing is a tax-eficent way for the self-employed to hold the most popular asset class with retirement funds.
IRA Financial Trust can help you with checkbook control and your own strengths, choosing traditional or alternative investments.
It’s important to participate in your company 401(k), as it has a higher contribution than the IRA and in most cases, your company will match…
Airbnb investments are allowable in your IRA, but it must be self-directed. When using IRA funds to buy property, you must be aware of a…
The new RMD age for Self-Directed IRA in 2020 is now 72, a slight increase from 70 1/2. This may lead more investors to establish…