Be Confident in Your Investments – Self-Directed IRA Investing
The stock market can be volatile and confusing for some retirement investors. When you establish a Self-Directed IRA, you can make alternative investments you know and understand. Begin investing in real estate, notes, tax-liens and more. Increase the diversity of your retirement portfolio. Start today.
Why Choose IRA Financial Group
IRA Financial Group’s tax and ERISA specialists have helped more than 12,000 clients self-direct their IRA and invest $4 billion in alternative assets, such as real-estate.
Founder of IRA Financial Group and former tax and ERISA attorney, Adam Bergman, has published seven books to help investors self-direct their individual retirement account.
Find IRA Financial Group on Forbes! Adam Bergman is a frequent contributor to Forbes.com and an official member of the Forbes Financial Council.
Experience You Need
IRA Financial Group has over a decade of experience helping investors self-direct their retirement accounts.
Tell Us What You Need
Our team will work one-on-one with you to establish a Self-Directed IRA, Solo 401(k) or ROBS solution that fits your goals.
What You Can Invest in With a Self-Directed IRA
- Residential or commercial real estate
- Domestic or Foreign real estate
- Raw land
- Tax liens
- Hedge Funds
- Private businesses
- Stocks, bonds, mutual funds
- Mortgage pools
- Limited Liability Companies
- Limited Liability Partnerships
- Foreign currencies
- Private Equity Funds
- Hard money lending
- Private loans
- Private placements
- Private placements
- Precious metals and certain coins
Why Purchase Non-Traditional Assets
Most Americans have an enormous amount of financial exposure to the financial markets. In fact, over 90% of retirement assets are invested in the financial markets. Investing in non-traditional assets, such as real estate, offers a form of investment diversification from the equity markets. Typically, the more diversified your portfolio, your assets are less likely to move in the same direction. However, diversification does not assure profit or protect against loss.
Invest in Something You Understand
Many Americans became frustrated with the equity markets after the 2008 financial crisis. Thankfully, we have seen the financial markets rebound since then. Nevertheless, many Americans are still somewhat shell-shocked from the market swings. They are not 100% sure what goes on in Wall Street and how it all works.
Real estate, for comparison, is often a more comfortable investment for the lower and middle classes because they grew up exposed to it. Whereas the upper class are more familiar with Wall Street and other securities.
Rising food and energy prices, along with high federal debt levels and low interest rates, have recently fueled new inflationary fears. As a result, some investors may look for ways to protect their portfolios from the ravages of inflation.
“What about your IRA, including rollover IRA? You need to look at state law, advises tax attorney Adam Bergman of New York’s IRA Financial Group.”
“Adam Bergman…gets several calls a day from clients like McDermott looking to invest their retirement funds in real estate. ‘Our average client has retirement accounts of about $150,000 and is looking to buy one or two properties.'”
“Jeff Brown…transferred roughly $50,000 from his workplace 401(k) to purchase homes to fix up and sell…He uses a self-directed IRA that he set up through IRA Financial Group in Miami Beach.”