Self-Directed IRAs give investors maximum control over investments by allowing them to choose exactly where IRA dollars are invested. Any type of IRA - Traditional, Roth, SEP, or SIMPLE - can be self-directed. Of the many types of investments for Self-Directed IRAs, we focus on long-term investing and allow investments in:
There are many ways to fund a Self-Direct IRA. You can move funds from another retirement plan, such as a 401(k), or transferring funds from existing IRA accounts, and much more. Self-Directed IRAs make it simple for investors to consolidate cash or assets into one account! While this is considered a more aggressive approach to retirement, if managed correctly, it can produce a higher return. Contact us today for more information.
Bank products such as certificates of deposit, money market and savings accounts are FDIC insured. Non-bank investments are not FDIC insured. No bank guarantee. May lose value.