Self-Directed IRA Versus Solo 401(k)

Self-Directed IRA Versus Solo 401(k)

Many self-directed investors have the option of choosing between a self-directed IRA or a self-directed solo 401k. Both accounts can be self-directed so that you can invest in any investment allowed by law such as real estate, LLCs, precious metals, or private company...
Stuck With a 401K Loan and Leaving Your Job

Stuck With a 401K Loan and Leaving Your Job

Have you taken a loan from your employer 401(k) plan and plan on leaving? Unfortunately, most company plans will require you to repay the loan within 60 days, or they will distribute the amount outstanding on the loan from your 401(k) account. Its one of the ways they...
Can I Use a SEP IRA If I Have Employees?

Can I Use a SEP IRA If I Have Employees?

A SEP IRA is a powerful retirement account used by many self-employed persons and business owners. It is particularly attractive as you can contribute up to $61,000 into it annually. That’s in comparison to a Traditional IRA, where you can only contribute up to $6,000...