This week’s Wealth Formula Podcast is focused on investing in those high risk, high reward start-up businesses. Damion Lupo literally wrote a book on this which he calls Unicornomics, and you are going to hear all about it on this week’s episode of the Wealth Formula podcast with Buck Joffrey.
In today’s podcast, Chris interviews Damion Lupo who shines light on a potential option that may add useful value to folks planning for, or already in, retirement: the Qualified Retirement Plan, or “QRP”.
The QRP is a vehicle that enables you to have direct control over your retirement savings, vs having to rely on a custodian — who usually drastically limits your options while taking an annual fee. Among other benefits, it enables you to directly purchase ‘alternative’ assets such as precious metals, real estate, businesses and private equity with your retirement funds:
The Danger In Using Your IRA to Invest in Multifamily
Are you using your IRA to invest in a multifamily syndication? Then brace yourself for an unexpected tax bill when the asset sells. Today, we explain why the QRP is a better vehicle for real estate investors to avoid Unrelated Business Income Tax and regain control of your retirement savings!
Unleash the Hidden Power of Your Retirement Account
There’s a new drug taking hold of Americans … it’s called “hope-ium.” How does it work? Well, you simply smoke a lot of hope-ium … and hope things will work out.
While being optimistic can help, relying only on hope won’t get you anywhere.
Smart real estate investors take control of their portfolio … from big real estate deals to basics like their retirement accounts.
In this episode of The Real Estate Guys™ we’ll discuss how to unleash hidden power from your retirement accounts … and steer your way to a successful future!
Hardcore eQRP conversation with Keith Weinhold.
With a $55,000 annual contribution limit, the QRP gives you checkbook control of your IRA. You can invest your retirement money in nearly anything. Retirees are suffering with 401(k)s and IRAs. QRPs provide a better way. Damion Lupo tells us how. QRPs avoid the UBIT tax. Self-directed IRAs do not. Learn more from Total Control Financial by texting “QRP” (ALL CAPS) to 72000. QRP stands for Qualified Retirement Plan. You can invest in nearly anything with your retirement funds, get a $50,000 line of credit, and creditor protection. With Self-Directed IRAs, you might have to pay tax on leveraged gains; QRPs are exempt. With QRPs, you can invest in residential property, metals, cryptocurrency, options, tax liens, notes, vacant land, mobile home parks, more. You can set up a QRP with less red tape than a Self-Directed IRA.