Self-Directed Investing Accounts – Take Control of Your Retirement Now
Self-directed investing puts you in control of your investment options. You will have the power to make your own decisions using the best information available.
An Unlimited® Solo 401k will put you in the driver’s seat to reach your retirement goals faster.
Wall Street custodians will often disguise more conventional IRAs as self-directed, while limiting your control over your retirement funds. They may also charge hidden fees that add up to less savings for you.
Discover how to take control of your retirement with a truly unlimited self-directed investing account.
Having more control may be a bit frightening at first, but you will also receive the tools you need to make the right decisions. Training and a full knowledge base will give you confidence to know that your retirement has never been in better hands than your own.
Learn how to avoid common pitfalls among self-directed investing such as prohibited transactions and self-dealing. Discover the truth about illegal schemes promoted by many self-directed investing custodians like ROBS, aka the Roll Over Business Startup.
By following a few simple rules you can avoid falling into the trap of paying up to 115% of your investment in IRS fines and penalties. All it takes is a solid foundation put together by our partners at Nabers Financial, the pioneers in self-directed IRAs and Solo 401ks.
Nothing is left to chance so you can easily follow the rules laid out by the Department of Labor. Contrary to what many custodians think, the IRS only enforces the rules made by the DoL and you will find easy-to-follow guidelines in your training and knowledge base.
Learn how you will benefit safely and securely by setting up your own self-directed investing account:
-Enjoy full control, no hidden fees, pre-tax contribution limits up to $59,000 per person (if you are over 50 – and your spouse can participate doubling it to $118,000), plus participant loans up to $50,000 tax-free.
-Invest in any legal asset class anywhere in the world, including gold and silver, real estate, private businesses, private lending, annuities, stocks, bonds, mutual funds and ETFs.
-Solo 401k – Small business owners and entrepreneurs will want to take a good look at a Solo 401k. All you need to qualify for this powerful plan is self-employment or business activity and no full-time W-2 employees (contract employees and part-time W-2 employees are allowed). What is a Solo 401k? Read more here.