Self Directed IRA & 401(k) Investment Options
Welcome to Broad Financial, a leading custodian of enhanced retirement platforms. Broad gives you the tools you need to take a more active role in managing your retirement investments. Our team has developed industry-leading Self Directed IRA & Solo 401(k) products that allow you to invest outside of traditional Wall Street stocks & mutual funds, and yet still remain within the IRS definition of an approved retirement account.
Imagine being able to invest directly in real estate, local businesses, or precious metals, all while enjoying the IRS tax savings associated with a qualified retirement plan. From self-employed individuals to small business owners to those who simply want total investment flexibility, Broad has an investment platform that will fit your unique needs.
Broad Financial's Self Directed IRA or Solo 401(k) puts you in firm control of your retirement.
FROM THE BLOG
So you’re buying a property with your Self Directed IRA. Once you get past the deal making, the paperwork of purchase, and the tedious talking to attorneys that is almost inevitable, then you get to place your paws on the property itself. Obviously you’re not going to be living there, (thank you very much Prohibited Transactions,) but that just means you’ll be able to give it an honest investment appraisal. And that means that you’re going to be thinking about renovations... + Read More
One of the lesser utilized capacities of a self directed IRA is the ability to put your (obviously) amazing ideas into action. Although it’s true that most self directed investors go the real estate route, there are a number who engage their entrepreneurial spirit and finance a business with their retirement funds. Just as easily, an investor can look to develop and market an invention. Now before you mental Stop sign blows its whistle, take a moment to consider what we mean when we say invention.
The first thought that comes to mind is something electric, technical, or otherwise outside the ken of normal human folk... + Read More
Why do things always get crazy when corporate investors get involved?
Take a look at alternative investing. As it’s commonly understood, alternative assets are those investment products which don’t commonly fall under the Wall Street banner. On the individual level these can be great retirement products. With a self-directed IRA, an investor can place her retirement funds in a conservative piece of real estate and earn substantially better returns than with a mutual fund. However, when big business takes this route, the “what?!!” quotient quickly escalates... + Read More