SELF-DIRECTED INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ACCOUNT (SDIRA)

A self-directed IRA is a retirement account where the funds are allocated according to the individual, rather than the wishes of the broker or fund manager.

What is an SDIRA?

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.

Setting up an IRA account that has the ability to hold and invest in alternative assets requires specialized knowledge and expertise. Don’t stress you don’t have to figure this out on your own. Sprout can assist you in setting up an Self Directed IRA that is not limited to stocks and mutual funds but allows you to invest in any alternative asset that has been approved by the IRS.

THE PAST CANNOT BE CHANGED. THE FUTURE IS YET IN YOUR POWER.

Alternative Investments

ANY INVESTMENT THAT IS NOT STOCKS, BONDS, CASH, AND IS NOT NORMALLY TRADED ON AN EXCHANGE.

Through a Self Directed IRA, you can invest in real estate, tax lien certificates, tax deed properties, private equity and many other alternative assets, such as promissory notes, precious metals, commodities and even cattle or restaurant franchises—none of which are normally traded on an exchange.

Incredible!

Alan R., Salesperson

It’s so easy.

Noelia Z., Administrator

Perfect Control

SPROUT CAN ASSIST YOU IN ESTABLISHING BOTH STANDARD SDIRA ACCOUNTS AND CHECKBOOK CONTROLLED SDIRA ACCOUNTS.

TRANSACT FASTER

LOWER TRANSACTION FEES

RISK PROHIBITED USE

CONTROLLED TRANSACTIONS

LOW TRANSACTION FEES

LOW RISK OF PROHIBITED USE

Ready to Talk?

WOULD YOU LIKE TO SPEAK TO A SPECIALIST TO DECIDE IF A SDIRA IS RIGHT FOR YOU?