Do You Have a 401(k) from a Former Employer?
When you left your old job, did you leave your 401(k) behind because you didn’t know what else to do with it?
We’ve got your solution. Roll those funds over into a self-directed IRA or solo 401(k).
You can invest in assets like real estate (the market is hot right now), cryptocurrency (many are reaping high returns in that sector), private equity (there are options for nearly everyone), and many other alternative investments to the stock market.
And there’s more…
If you are now self-employed or have a side-job, you can open a solo 401(k) and invest in things like startups, land, gold and other precious metals, real estate syndications, and more to build retirement wealth your way.
How does it work?
Anyone with a 401(k), 403(b), 457, TSP, or other qualified plan from a former employer can roll those funds over into a self-directed IRA or 401(k). When you choose to self-direct, you maximize your wealth-building power by capitalizing on your own knowledge and expertise.