How To Use Retirement Funds To Purchase Cryptocurrencies in a Nutshell
Cryptocurrency, once thought of as a highly technical and somewhat shadowy monetary investment, has matured into a thriving, diverse, and mainstream market. As of early 2018, the cryptocurrency market was valued at almost $450 billion—a remarkable achievement for a form of virtual currency traditional economists were convinced would quickly fail.
The size, versatility, and rapid growth of cryptocurrency make the market attractive for investment by retirement-account holders. In his latest book, self-directed retirement-plan guru Adam Bergman, Esq., explains how easily self-directed IRA and Solo 401(k) plans can be used to invest in such cryptocurrencies as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Litecoin, and more without tax.
Self-Directed IRA in a Nutshell
Your financial advisor may not be informing you of all the investment options at your disposal. Unfortunately, you are not alone. However, luckily, it is easier than it seems. In this new introduction to the Self-Directed IRA, tax attorney Adam Bergman, Esq. gives readers the foundation to begin their journey toward unlocking a world of investment opportunities through the Self-Directed IRA. The simple building blocks he provides will help readers navigate the world of self-directed IRA investment options and make informed decisions about their retirement.
Solo 401(k) in a Nutshell
A sound, easy-to-understand guide to retirement savings that puts financial independence within reach of every self-employed individual. The Solo 401(k) account is the key to building wealth for those who are self-employed or small business owners without full-time employees, and this book demystifies what it takes to establish and manage the plan. Unlike books that delve into the often-confusing intricacies of these accounts, Solo 401(k) in a Nutshell cuts through extraneous details and provides exactly—and only—what the layperson needs to put the investment in place and get started down the road to financial freedom.
In God We Trust — In Roth We Prosper
Think saving for retirement is out of reach? Think again — this book is a guide to wealth management that doesn’t require you to squirrel away tens of thousands of dollars at a time. Just imagine if someone who is twenty-five years old is shown that if they begin funding a Roth IRA with just a few dollars a day and continue on through age seventy, they will wind up with over $1.5 million at retirement (assuming they earn the long-run annual compound growth rate in stocks, which was 9.88 percent from 1926 to 2011). Through easy-to-read terminology and explanations, you’ll learn the ins and outs of Roth IRAs, Roth 401(k)s, and, most importantly, choosing the plan best for you.
Turning Retirement Funds Into Start-Up Dreams
Did you know that retirement assets could be used to finance a business venture? Few people, including many attorneys and CPAs, realize that it might be possible for you to legally buy, finance, or invest in your own business with your retirement funds. Learn how you can buy a business or franchise with retirement funds tax-free. Discover amazing benefits—and limitations—of the self-directed IRA, 401(k) plan loan option, and the Rollover Business Start-Up (ROBS) as business funding or financing solutions.
The Checkbook IRA: Why You Want It, Why You Need It
Saving for retirement is one thing, but growing your future funds through investment can be confusing and even scary. The Checkbook IRA empowers you to take control of your retirement funds and unlock a world of investment opportunities by building retirement wealth through traditional and alternative asset investments, such as real estate.
Going Solo: America’s Best-Kept Retirement Secret For The Self-Employed
If you’re self-employed, you may be wondering if you’ll ever be able to retire at all, so a question like this probably seems preposterous. But that’s because you don’t yet know America’s best-kept investment secret—the Solo 401(k). With this brilliant retirement wealth-building tool, designed specifically for freelancers and small business owners, you can save more money, make your own investment decisions, and enjoy the flexibility of fitting your plan to your situation and expertise. In fact, the Solo 401(k) doesn’t just help you after you retire, you can also leverage it now by borrowing money from your account as a loan.