What is a Self-Directed IRA?
A self-directed Individual Retirement Account (SDIRA) only differs from other Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs) in that the IRA owner has more control and flexibility when it comes to choosing investments.
Within the retirement industry, the term “self-directed IRA” is used to describe an IRA in which the custodian or administrator allows for an IRA account to go beyond the stock market and hold non-traded alternative assets.
If you want more alternative investment options for your retirement savings, we can help.
With an IRA you can buy and sell alternative investments and enjoy tax-deferred growth.
So, ideally, your money can grow faster as you invest for your retirement. The set-up is quick and easy with these three simple steps: Open an account, fund the account, and make an investment.
J. Anthony Bradley has over ten years of experience in this area. He began in this area by researching and developing methods by which he could employ the Self-Directed IRA model for his own needs.