IRA Association of America’s new web site provides resources for people to unlock their retirement funds to be invested without taxes or penalties into non-traditional assets such as real estate and mortgage notes.
Myrtle Beach, SC: If retirement planning is giving you the jitters, let IRA Association of America (IRAAA) guide you. IRAAA’s new web site offers articles and resources to help you plan the most comfortable retirement possible.
“It’s amazing how so many people hand all their money over to a stranger in a suit, and then complain when they don’t get the returns they want,” says Jeff Nabers, Founder of IRAAA. “IRAAA advocates taking control of your retirement funds and directing its investments yourself without unnecessary limitations. Our web site is intended to be a guide and a networking tool that can point people in the right direction.”
Nabers started IRAAA (available online at www.iraaa.org) when, during his years as a mortgage broker, he found that many people had losses in their retirement funds through bad investments during the DOT COM crash and recessions. “So I started researching retirement fund options and soon found out that a retirement fund can be legally invested in almost anything, including real estate,” says Nabers. “So I founded the IRA Association to spread awareness. I really enjoy seeing people excited about earning tax-free high returns in real estate and other non-traditional investments.”
The IRAAA web site offers a useful fund of articles, as well as a Frequently Asked Questions section, to help answer any doubts that users may have. In the web site’s forum, members can also interact with each other to exchange tips and suggestions. Registered members receive access to online tools to share self-directed IRA concepts and raise capital, free transaction reviews to help identify an IRS-prohibited transaction before it takes place, and contacts of business members such as realtors, loan officers, financial advisors and franchise consultants.
“The IRAAA web site is a one-stop shop for people who want to invest their retirement funds in exciting, non-traditional avenues,” says Nabers. “In a world of single digit returns and corporate scandals, a little financial education goes a long way in making your retirement years the best years of your life.”