financial planning for your 30s

Financial Planning for Your 30s  

Your 20s can be a tough time financially. Many 20-somethings are graduating from college, entering the workforce for the first time and figuring out how to navigate the financial responsibilities of adult life. When it comes to building toward and meeting your financial goals, your 30s is a great time to get started. If you […]

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using your IRA to buy property

Using Your IRA to Buy Property

If you’re looking to diversify your retirement portfolio and invest in alternative assets, you may be wondering if you can use your IRA to buy property. Traditional financial assets like exchange-traded funds (ETFs), stocks, mutual funds and bonds can all be great investment options, but diversifying your portfolio can give you greater returns and a […]

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Why Crypto? How to Invest in Crypto Through an IRA or 401k

Cryptocurrencies are an exciting new investment option. Bitcoin, the most well-known Cryptocurrency and the first in existence, has seen massive growth in value in recent years. With so much growth, bitcoin’s value has skyrocketed to over $40,000 and was once worth over $60,000. Highlights Why use an IRA or 401k to invest in Crytpo? What […]

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What are the Potential Pitfalls With a Self-Directed IRA?

Opening up and operating a self-directed IRA is more intensive than a traditional IRA. It can be more intensive because you’re the one in charge. You choose the investments and do all the work that generally someone else does. The other awesome and daunting thing about a self-directed IRA is that there are endless investing opportunities. […]

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Checkbook Control With Your IRA

Most IRA Custodians place many restrictions and require their clients to invest in company-run funds and securities and not so much in non-traditional investments where they have less control. When a traditional custodian does allow non-traditional investing, they usually attach so many fees that such actions are therefore deterred. Restrictive plan documents and fees are […]

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