Traditionally, retirement savings are invested in publicly traded stocks, bonds and mutual funds in portfolios managed by brokerage firms. This hands-off approach to retirement investing works well for many individuals, however for those of you who have been disillusioned by stock market performance over the years, there may be a better option.
Our quarterly newsletter includes valuable information on minimum distribution dates for 2016, changes to our real property administration fees, and how to property document a loss or failed investment.
You know by now that making real estate investments with your IRA is possible, and you may even have a piece of property or a project you’re interested in but you simply don’t have enough funds in your 401k or your IRA to make it happen. There are multiple funding strategies you can utilize with a little outside-the-box thinking.