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5 Partnering Strategies To Help Your IRA Funds Go Farther

5 Partnering Strategies To Help Your IRA Funds Go Farther

Partnering your IRA can help you get the funds to purchase anything from single and multi-family housing to commercial property, and even unimproved land.
How to Invest in Gold With an IRA

How to Invest in Gold With an IRA

If you’re one of the millions of people who’s been trolling the web for information lately, asking yourself, “Should I invest in gold?” Take a seat.
Offshore Real Estate Investors: Here's Your Due Diligence in 6 Steps

Offshore Real Estate Investors: Here's Your Due Diligence in 6 Steps

With more and more Americans purchasing offshore real estate, whether for investment purposes or living abroad after retirement—due diligence is critical.
You Can Use Your Retirement Account to Invest in Cryptocurrency

You Can Use Your Retirement Account to Invest in Cryptocurrency

As with any new asset class you add to your portfolio, investing in crypto can mitigate risk, offer a hedge against inflation, and increase returns.
Bummed About the Stock Market? Here’s How to Diversify Your Portfolio

Bummed About the Stock Market? Here’s How to Diversify Your Portfolio

Contemplating diversification requires thinking about how your assets will react in relation to one another and to the broad spectrum of current events.
Self-Direction and Real Estate Notes: Part 2

Self-Direction and Real Estate Notes: Part 2

In our second installment of Self-Direction and Real Estate Notes, we discuss performing, non-performing, and unsecured notes.
10 Reasons We Love Roth IRAs (And You Should Too)

10 Reasons We Love Roth IRAs (And You Should Too)

Most people know what a Traditional IRA is, yet many aren’t aware of the Roth IRA. Here are 10 reasons we think you should check out the Roth IRA...
How Much Money Do You Need to Retire? Consider These 4 Factors

How Much Money Do You Need to Retire? Consider These 4 Factors

The general rule of thumb is that you need 80% per year of your pre-retirement income to retire comfortably, but most Americans lack adequate savings.