Many individuals have retirement funds in the form of an old 401(k), 403(b), pension, or other employer-sponsored plan and are unsure of what to do with these funds or how to incorporate them into a current investment strategy. This webinar is designed to teach participants about different plans available, how to move the funds, and various investment possibilities to build wealth in retirement accounts.
Advanta IRA is a leader in IRA administration and offers education on a wide variety of planning options available for individuals to earn tax-free or tax-deferred funds for retirement. "Advanta IRA does not sell investments or give investment advice, but our experienced staff is dedicated to teaching investors of all levels about the different opportunities that exist in today's retirement planning realm," says
Join Advanta IRA for this popular, nationwide webinar to learn how to move these retirement funds into a self-directed IRA and take advantage of the many different investment strategies that exist for these plans. "Those who self-direct retirement accounts put themselves in the driver's seat and gain total control of their own investing decisions," says Callahan. Additionally, self-directed plans allow a multitude of alternative assets such as real estate, private notes, precious metals, foreign exchange, futures trading and much more.
The live webinar covers the topics of:
The types of IRAs that old 401(k) and other plan funds can be moved to
How to avoid incurring penalties during the process
How to gain greater control over retirement funds
Alternative investments permissible in self-directed retirement plans
Advanta IRA offers these types of events every week. For a full calendar listing or to learn more about the company, please visit http://www.advantaira.com/tampa.
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Cost: No charge
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