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Self-Directed Tax Advantaged Accounts – Specialized IRA Services
At Specialized IRA Services, we pride ourselves in getting the most out of our clients’ investments. We empower individuals, families and businesses to create financial independence, rewrite their family legacy and capitalize their business, and we do this by providing solutions through service, education, and resources. Additionally, our accounts are self-directed, which means our clients can invest at their own discretion, into any investment allowed by the government.
How We Help You
A Self-Directed IRA may sound complex on the surface but in reality, it is quite easy. Simply put, “self-directed” means that you get to invest in your account, at your own discretion, into any investment allowed by the government. Even more simply, “self-directed” means that you have control of when and where you invest your money.
When it’s time to retire, you want to ensure that your money lasts as long as your retirement so that you don’t have to jump back into the job market. With available retirement accounts from Specialized IRA, you can invest your money and get the sense of security that comes with knowing you will be able to live comfortably throughout your retirement.
Small Business Plans
If you need capital to start or expand your business, an IRA may be the perfect solution! With an IRA, you can free up capital to invest in your business, maximize the money that is being put into it, and ensure that you have control over your investment. At Specialized IRA, we can give you the guidance to build up your business from the inside out!
Have peace of mind going into your retirement
We recognize the importance a responsive, nimble self-directed IRA company can have in your success.
Most Americans invest their retirement money in traditional assets- mainly stocks, bonds, mutual funds and CD’s. Unfortunately, these types of assets often don’t keep pace with inflation and are not designed to provide stable monthly income.
The majority of Americans 65 or older are working well into their retirement years, often at low paying jobs, due to the need to cover monthly expenses and the fear of outliving their inadequate retirement savings.
The main source of income for more than 60% of retirees is their monthly social security benefit and in 2013, the average monthly check paid to a social security beneficiary was a mere $1,246 per month.
Even with the meager monthly checks retirees receive, the social security trust fund cannot sustain itself long term and is running in the negative.