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Self-Directed IRA

Diversify Your Retirement with a Tax-Advantaged Investment Account

A Self-Directed IRA gives you more choices for where you want to invest your retirement savings, not just in stocks or bonds.

  • Flat Fee structure means more money in your pocket
  • No federal income tax or federal tax filing on the growth of your investment
  • Traditional, Roth, SEP and SIMPLE IRAs can be Self-Directed
  • Free annual IRA tax reporting
  • Flexibility to invest in alternative assets

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Frequently Asked Questions

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 2024:

Under age 50 – $7,000
Age 50 and over – $8,000

IRA Club Benefits

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Flat Fee Structure

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Investor’s Row

Did you know that you can invest your retirement account in various holding types such as rental real estate, private placements, precious metals and more?

Investor’s Row is an educational platform that offers a variety of asset classes. Once your account is open and funded, you can start selecting investments. Remember to perform your due diligence and invest in what you know and understand best. Then, make the most of your retirement funds by reaching out to one of the experts to learn more about each offering. To get started, simply click on the company you’re interested in to schedule a one-on-one consultation.

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Testimonials

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“Working with the IRA Club has been a great experience. They are professional, competent, and responsive. I have appreciated the communication and help with their platform. I highly recommend them."

Nate G

Largo, Florida

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"I have received excellent service and attention from the staff at IRA Club. From the moment that I was introduced to them as an organization and all the way through the process of getting my accounts funded, they have been extremely responsive and an organization that I have recommended to several friends and family."

Vasio S

Chicago, Illinois

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"IRA CLUB is everything I was hoping for and more. They helped make the property sale, 401k transfer, and the entire transaction flawless! You'll likely talk to various IRA CLUB reps, but each one had a role and they executed flawlessly. Thank you for making my first IRA CLUB experience perfect."

Sig D

Miami, Florida

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