It’s quick and easy to open a self-directed IRA (SDIRA) at Entrust. The process takes under 10 minutes and there’s no minimum balance. It costs $50 to establish your account and we won't charge recordkeeping fees until you invest.
It’s important to keep in mind that an SDIRA is simply an IRA. What differentiates it are access and control; and with a SDIRA, both are unlimited.
This means for many potential SDIRA-holders one of the biggest questions is: what’s the difference between a traditional and Roth IRA? Traditional IRAs are funded with pre-tax dollars, so your investment can grow tax-deferred. Roth IRAs are funded with post-tax dollars, and your investment grows tax-free. Your investment strategy will dictate the type of account you choose.
Self-direction doesn’t just apply to IRAs though. If you are self-employed, you might consider a SEP IRA or an Individual 401(k). These accounts are designed to meet the unique needs of small business owners - with higher contribution limits and deductions available.
For over 40 years, Entrust has empowered investors to take charge of their retirement portfolios by providing access to tax-advantaged, self-directed accounts. From the beginning, our mission has been to not only provide best-in-class account administration, but also to raise awareness of the power of self-direction for investors.
I am very happy to do business with Entrust. Your company is the very best Self Directed IRA company that I’ve worked with.
If there is a better IRA company out there, I haven’t found them, and I’ve worked with quite a few.
I want to comment on the professionalism that all The Entrust Group employees with whom I have dealt have displayed.
My questions were answered quickly; checks are sent out promptly. Thank you!
Entrust is experienced in IRA trust deed investments and can easily accommodate the complications of today's private money deals.
I have the cell phone of my representative; however, the office staff is readily available.
Yes, you can withdraw funds from your self-directed IRA before retirement age, but you will be subject to taxes and penalties.
The fees associated with opening and maintaining a self-directed IRA vary depending on the custodian and the types of assets you choose to invest in.
No, you cannot manage your self-directed IRA investments yourself. The IRS requires that a custodian or trustee manage your retirement account assets.