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Self Directed IRA Tax Advantages (Part 1)


Before your taxes are due you must work with your tax advisor to find ways to pay towards your retirement account rather than the IRS. The goal with retirement investing is to shift money that would otherwise go to the IRS into your retirement account.  This is completely legal and specifically allowed by the IRS. In fact, the IRS wants you to do it. There are many self directed IRA tax advantages.

Did you know that most people can put way more than the $5,500 or $6,000 into a retirement account? We educate many folks how to do this. In fact, we have Partners that can put over $100,000 per year into a retirement account and take a $100,000 tax deduction for it!

Once your money is in a retirement account, you need to put it to work. Investing in what you know best via self-directed accounts is one way to accumulate massive amounts of wealth in a relatively short period of time.

Did you know you can have total control over your retirement? Did you know you can invest in alternative assets outside of the choices provided by your financial advisor? What if you can take your retirement money and help invest in your nephew’s start-up business? Or buy that investment property by the beach? These are just some examples of what you can do with a truly self-directed investment account.

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