Investing With Your IRA

Investing With Your IRA

Do you know that a Self Directed IRA lets you to invest beyond the stock market?

Many people are frustrated by low returns on their investment dollars. Five year CD’s are only paying less than 1% and the stock market has not had great returns since 2001! In response to this problem, we provide information on how using a Self Directed IRA can replace some of the low returns that you’re now receiving.

According to the Social Security Board of Trustee’s 2006 Annual Report, the Social Security system will begin to run a negative cash flow by the year 2017, and by the year 2040 it will be completely insolvent! The total in unfunded liabilities for Social Security and Medicare in present value (or in today’s dollars) is $45 Trillion… the ENTIRE net worth of America is $42 Trillion!

So what is this telling us? Very plainly, that we need to take our future into our own hands. We need to use our knowledge and expertise, coupled with the tools the government has given us, to not rely on Social Security as our safety net.

You see, dollar-for-dollar, nothing provides a better return than loaning in a tax-free environment that retirement plans provide. Combine that with the solid, predictable growth that real estate offers, and you have a powerful mechanism to create high growth returns in a tax-free or tax-deferred environment.

Most retirement accounts are invested in low-interest CDs or bonds that barely keep ahead of the inflation rate, or in the stock market which is highly volatile compared to other options, and may– or may not provide you solid, predictable growth. The overwhelming advertising by our financial institutions mask the fact that we can use our retirement savings, such as IRAs, 401(k) and other qualified plans, to provide loans for real estate. Investing with your Self Directed IRA can provide substantially greater returns for retirement than stocks or mutual funds.

When you combine the powers of an IRA with the knowledge and expertise of a real estate entrepreneur, the result can be an opportunity for tremendous financial growth. By creating, transferring, or rolling over your investments to a truly self-directed IRA, you will have complete control over how these funds are going to be invested.

Imagine being able to invest in a private equity fund, but gaining the added advantages offered by IRAs and their tax-deferred or tax free status.


“Why haven’t I heard about this before?”

Most individuals don’t know this opportunity exists because most IRA custodians do not offer truly self-directed IRAs that allow Americans to place their monies in real estate and other non-traditional investments.

Often, when you ask your custodian/trustee, “Can I place my retirement funds in real estate?” they will say, “I’ve never heard of that” or, “No, you can’t do that.”

Now w hat they really mean is that you can’t do this at their company because they have a vested interest in getting you to invest in their stock, mutual fund or CD products. They are not really looking-out for your best interest, they are looking-out for the best interest of their stockholders!

A truly self-directed IRA custodian will not only allow you to invest in all forms of real estate (or other investments not prohibited by the Internal Revenue Service*), but will also handle all transactions within your IRA under your direction.

For many years, corporations (large and small) as well as individual Americans have been using their retirement funds to invest in real estate using with IRAs, 401(k)s and other pension plans. But because most Americans have not been educated about their options, they might wonder, “Is this legal?”

Well, quite simply, it is. Click here to download IRS Publication 590 to learn more about for what you can and cannot use your retirement funds .

As mentioned before, due to its tax-free/deferred status, a self directed IRA placed in Private Mortgages is one of the most powerful wealth-building tools available. But why is this? What benefits can an IRA offer that your present strategies cannot?


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When you combine the advantages of a self directed IRA with our knowledge of the emerging real estate markets, using your IRA to participate in a joint venture provides you the ability to earn a higher yield tax free/deferred. The rate of return on your loan will be based upon the length and payout options you choose, not based on the ups-and-downs of the stock market!