Use your IRA or old 401(k) to Invest with Disrupt Equity
Did you know that you can use your IRA or old 401(k) account to invest with Disrupt Equity? Most brokerage firms and IRA custodians will not hold alternative assets in your account with them, but by using a self-directed IRA, you can preserve the tax-protected status of your retirement funds and take advantage of investing in real estate. The gains from your investment with us will accrue tax-free through your IRA, and using this type of account will help you unlock additional capital to place in one of our investments.
The following accounts can be used to invest with Disrupt Equity:
- Traditional or Roth IRA
- Former employer’s 401(k) or any employer’s plan (403b, 457, TSP, etc)
- SEP or SIMPLE IRA
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