Between Low Interest Rates And Stock-Market Volatility, The Value Of My IRA Isn’t Growing. What Can I Do About That?

One of the best things you can do is move your IRA to a self directed checkbook controlled IRA. You do not have to give up the “market” at all but now you can add asset classes previously unavailable to you. An example would be: use your new self-directed IRA to hold a deed of trust or purchase tax liens. Both of these would have a guaranteed interest rate you would know in advance. You could also purchase real estate and collect rents – once again exercising complete control and avoiding stock market volatility.

At SDRetirementPlans.com, we will take the time to talk to you, ask you about your goals and if suitable, we will create a new checkbook controlled self directed IRA so you can now take control.