Real Estate Investing for Retirement: Harnessing the Power of Self-Directed IRAs
January 18th, 2024 11 AM CT
Take control of your future and discover a better way to invest for your retirement with a Self-Directed IRA hosted by IRA Club and real estate expert, Aaron Adams.
January 18TH, 2024 12 pm Et, 11 am ct, 10 am mt, 9 am pt
Here’s What You’ll Learn
The benefits and potential of Self-Directed IRAs
How to diversify your retirement portfolio with real estate investments
Strategies for identifying promising properties and calculating potential returns
How to reduce your investment risk and maximize your returns
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Meet The Experts
Since IRA Club opened its doors, they have helped thousands of people just like you secure their financial future. Meet the experts you’ll be hearing from.
CEO & FOUNDER OF ALPINE CAPITAL
He is currently the CEO of Alpine Property Management and Alpine Capital Solutions, as well as managing partner in a private equity firm and managing partner of several dozen companies.
As an entrepreneur with a rich background spanning over two decades, Ramez is deeply commited to education and inspiring individuals, empowering them to venture beyond conventional paths and diversify their investments through the power of self-direction.
Dennis is a Self-Directed IRA, Solo 401(k), and Health Savings Account professional, active writer and speaker on the topic of Self-Directed IRAs, he monitors legislative actions relating to IRAs, Individual 401(k)s & HSAs, and is passionate about helping people just like you earn more.
What IRA Club members receive
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Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the most common Self-Directed IRA questions. Have others?
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IRA Club provides a way for people like you to fully utilize the benefits of Self-Directed IRAs, leading to a wider range of investments and potential for better returns.
It’s an IRA that gives you more choices for where you want to invest your money, not just in regular stocks or bonds.
Self-Directed IRAs were passed by Congress back in 1974. Alternative IRA investments have always been allowed by the IRS, however, many IRA companies have placed artificial restrictions on IRA owners over the years. Self-Directed IRAs are not well known because most banks and brokerage firms prefer traditional investments.
It’s easy to make investments with a Self-Directed IRA. Once you find your investment and provide money to the seller, you will receive proof that your Self-Directed IRA is the new owner. It can be in the form of a Bill of Sale, title, deed, or simply a statement identifying your Self-Directed IRA as the asset’s new owner. The main difference is that the name on the title (or other documents) is the name of your Self-Directed IRA and not your name as an individual.
Yes. The most common way for an IRA to buy an asset is to pay cash. However, there may be times when an alternative method of payment is practical.
Maximum Contributions for 2023:
Under age 50 – $6,500
Age 50 and over – $7,500