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.
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
The housing market looks pretty solid right now. Inventory is low and consumers are challenged with rising home costs. If you’re interested in investment property, now may be the time to make the move. Two of the most common assets are rentals and renovation projects (or both!). … Read More
Any new venture can be intimidating, and that’s certainly the case with real estate investing. I hear questions constantly from new or prospective investors who are worried about risk. Sure, there are horror stories about investors who lost it all, but if you play your cards right … Read More
Is your retirement plan working for you? Are you happy with the returns your current retirement plan is providing? Are the investments in the account growing enough to support you when you retire? Are you hoping to retire early? Or, like many Americans these days, are you … Read More
The 4 percent retirement rule has been used by financial planners since the 1990s to calculate how retirement funds should be distributed. Times have changed and the question today is, will this rule still work for you?
What is the 4 percent retirement planning rule?
The premise of this … Read More