The Self-Directed IRA: A Powerful Investing Tool
Trust Deed Investing
One of the greatest tools available to investors today is the ability to earn tax free, passive income utilizing self-directed IRAs and alternative investments. It just so happens that Trust Deed Investments are becoming one of the most popular investment vehicles and are eligible for self-directed IRA investments.
Now that you know about Trust Deed Investing, the only question is whether you’re going to invest from savings or from your retirement account. Using your IRA is always an attractive option because it creates an opportunity to grow your retirement savings in a tax-sheltered environment. If you don’t already have a self-directed IRA, feel free to call our office for directions on how to get started.
While Prime Pinnacle LLC is not directly affiliated with any self-directed IRA custodians or account providers, our staff can point you in the right direction. The process is as simple as:
1. Choosing a self-directed IRA custodian
2. Funding your account
3. Choosing an Investment
If you already have a self-directed retirement account, then you’re ready to begin investing. All Prime Pinnacle Investment Programs are eligible for self-directed investments. To date, over 75% of the funds invested with Prime Pinnacle come from retirement accounts.
While Prime Pinnacle LLC’s staff is not qualified to provide tax or legal advice, our principals have been trained in IRA law and taxation and can assist you in finding a self-directed IRA custodian and funding your account. In addition, we take special care to optimally structure our investments to ensure smooth IRA transactions and to avoid Unrelated Business Income Tax (UBIT) or other fees and penalties that can be associated with self-directed investing. For professional advice, please seek counsel of a CPA or tax attorney that is familiar with the specific laws surrounding self-directed retirement accounts.