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Non-Recourse Loans

The IRS requires a non-recourse loan for all real estate purchases that use leverage within a self-directed IRA. Non-recourse debt is typically limited to a 50-60 percent loan-to-value ratios.

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Real Estate in an IRA LLC

LLC owners, known as members, have “limited liability” meaning they receive liability protection, which is similar to a corporation. An IRA holder has complete signing authority over his or her retirement funds.

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Partnering Your IRA

A self-directed IRA is considered a separate entity that can conduct business with others. A self-directed IRA can partner with anyone at the time of initial purchase.

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Discover the Benefits of Self-Directed Retirement Plans

Entrust tax-free or tax-deferred retirement, health, and educational savings accounts provide the opportunity to save money for the future on a tax-deferred or tax-free basis.  Self-directed accounts also allow you to benefit from a variety of alternative investments not available through traditional retirement accounts.