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.
Scott is an attorney and a graduate of the University of Florida Law School. Scott started his career with Advanta IRA in 2006. His experience with various investment types and their unique processes makes him an invaluable asset. Scott holds the designation of Certified IRA Services Professional (CISP) and leads engaging seminars and webinars that educate the public on the intricacies of self-directed IRAs.
There are many ways to invest in real estate. But, one of the most popular types we see people invest in is multifamily real estate. You can invest in multifamily real estate with your own cash and personal investing funds. But, our clients acquire real estate as … Read More
Non-recourse loans are used by self-directed IRAs to leverage buying power, most often to invest in real estate. But what exactly are recourse loans vs non-recourse loans? This article explores the differences and explains how non-recourse loans work in your IRA to help you build wealth for … Read More
Did you know you’re able to partner your self-directed IRA’s funds with another IRA, person, or entity to invest? This is a strategy used by individuals to help mitigate investment risk and to alleviate the financial burden of costs incurred by certain assets. Partnering funds also provides … Read More
Private lending from your IRA is a simple way to earn tax-advantaged income for retirement with minimal work involved. Your IRA is the bank and extends loans to individuals and other investors. The most common investment an IRA lends funds for is real estate. However, your IRA … Read More
There is a growing class of individuals who have control of their retirement funds and make their own investing decisions. They don’t rely on retirement plan administrators and brokers to invest for them. They don’t lose sleep at night over the stock market’s performance. They invest in … Read More
Many people prefer the Roth IRA to other retirement savings plans. The income in a Roth grows tax free, and distributions in retirement are tax free, as well. Distributions from a the plan are not included in your income. This can greatly reduce your income tax liability … Read More
If you’re looking into retirement plans, you’re probably familiar with traditional IRAs. You may have heard about Roth IRAs, too. But when considering Roth IRAs vs. traditional IRAs—do you know the specific differences in the two plans? Both have a few of the same attributes, but the … Read More
Do you understand the difference between self-directed IRAs vs. traditional IRAs? Each plan is governed by the same IRS rules and enjoys tax-advantaged earning. A self-directed IRA is a traditional IRA, but it’s more powerful than the conventional traditional IRA. Self-directed IRAs give plan owners control over … Read More
If you’ve lost your job due to coronavirus, there’s an investing strategy for your old 401(k) funds from that employer that you should know about. There are alternatives to investing in the stock market, and many individuals invest in those assets right now. Tangible assets like real … Read More
It can be hard to spot investment scams, even for the most seasoned investors. But there are steps you can take to become more aware of the different types of fraud you should avoid when considering investments. Whether you invest on or off the market, it’s important … Read More