New Checkbook IRA Book Available On Amazon Kindle
- Updated: October 10, 2015
A self-directed IRA is an individual retirement account that gives you complete control over your investment choices. Unlike other IRAs, you’re not limited to stocks, bonds, or mutual funds, which gives the investor the flexibility of investing in alternative assets, such as real estate limited partnerships and precious metals, including gold.
A self-directed IRA is not something for the inexperienced investor and a new book promises to help investors understand the complexities with the self-directed IRA as well as the advantages. While self-directed IRAs are anything new, they had gained favor in recent years, When the markets were unable to produce consistent results, investors started thinking they could do it better.
“Picture your last IRA statement and the types of investments held in your account. There may be some individual stocks, maybe some bonds and most likely mutual funds and ETFs. Stocks and bonds are fine and should be a core part of your investment portfolio, but maybe you want to take more risk or diversify into non-traditional assets. That’s where a SDIRA comes in.” said Philip Christiansen CFA and financial advisor at Phillip James Financial in Plymouth, Minn.
The new book by Adam Bergman, Esq., on the Self-Directed IRA LLC “checkbook control” titled, “The Checkbook IRA – Why You Want It, Why You Need It, a private conversation with a top retirement tax attorney, is now available for purchase on Amazon Kindle.
The book covers everything relating to checkbook IRA structure from the basic principles of the self-directed IRA to the complexities of retirement tax issues,” said Bergman.
Adam Bergman is a senior tax partner with the IRA Financial Group, LLC, the markets leading provider of Self-Directed IRA LLC and Solo 401(k) plans.
The IRA Financial Group is the market’s leading provider of “checkbook control Self Directed IRA and Solo 401(k) plans. IRA Financial Group has helped thousands of clients take back control over their retirement funds while gaining the ability to invest in almost any type of investment, including real estate without custodian consent.
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