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Wealth buliding 101

By Jim Ingersoll

Wealth Building 101

 

According to the Federal Reserve, families’ median net worth has fallen dramatically.  This resulted from unemployment, unstable stock market, etc.  What can you do about increasing your income and net worth this year?

Chances are that your goals for this year include getting rid of debt, increasing your income and preparing for your future.

“There has never been a better day than today to prepare for your future,” Jim Ingersoll.

What strategies can you use to achieve your financial goals and build wealth this year?

 1.    Roll into a Self-directed IRA and add rocket fuel to your retirement

Are you ready to take control of your own retirement future?  Are you ready to begin to diversify your investments beyond the traditional stocks, bonds and mutual funds?  If you answered yes to these qualification questions then you are a prime candidate to add rocket fuel to your retirement by utilizing a self-directed IRA.  Now is the perfect time to diversify and become free the chains created by being forced to invest only in stocks, bonds and mutual funds.   It is estimated that only two percent of the total assets in IRA’s are held in a self-directed IRA.

“The self-directed IRA is the best kept retirement secret in America.”  Jim Ingersoll

The Self-directed IRA is perfect for the investor who is prepared to make their own investments outside the arena of stocks, bonds, CD’s and mutual funds.  With a self-directed IRA you can invest in real estate assets, notes, deeds of trust and mortgages as well as other investment classifications such as foreign currency, oil, gas, gold, silver and tax lien certificates.  The bottom line is that you are not limited to just the traditional stocks, bonds, mutual funds and Certificates of Deposits.

Want more info on self directed IRAs? Follow this link: Investing with a self directed IRA

2. Invest in rental property

Prices of houses are cheap and rents are up!  These market conditions make it an outstanding time to buy and hold real estate rentals.  There are a variety of investment possibilities when buying rentals including commercial, multi-family and single family homes.

Warren Buffett “If I had a way of buying a couple hundred thousand single-family homes… I would load up on them.” He went on to make more remarks concerning low interest rates, low prices and valid points regarding why he likes single family homes. For all these remarks I do applaud Mr. Buffett. He has an accurate picture of the housing market as an overall investment platform. He also remarked that, “single family homes are cheap now.”

I will agree with Warren Buffett that today’s real estate market is the best market opportunity of our generation.  History will soon reveal that more real estate wealth will be made now than anytime in recent history.

More info on buying rental property: Investing in real estate rental property

What is holding you back from investing in rental property?  If you said, tenants, then this 3rd wealth building opportunity is perfect for you.

 

3.    Wealth building without tenants, toilets or time

If you are a true investor and have the funds to invest but truly want to be passive and allow your money to work for you then you are the perfect candidate for joint venture real estate investing.  Your investment funds can joint venture with an experienced real estate entrepreneur and you can create great returns and cash flow.

Discounted Real Estate

 In today’s real estate market a good Entrepreneur should be able to find and acquire houses at a 40% discount price point. What that means is that the purchase price and all the necessary repairs together will not exceed sixty percent of the value of the house.

Wealth building case study using real estate

Purchase price of house: $50,000
Necessary repairs to house: $10,000
Value of house after repairs: $100,000

 

The total investment is $60,000 and the house is worth $100,000 which equates to a 40 percent discount on the overall value. Looking at it the other way, the $60,000 investment has $40,000 of built in equity upon purchase of this property.

 

Monthly Income Stream

 In my market here in Richmond, VA, a house like this one will be a typical 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in a county suburb working class neighborhood. This house in Richmond will rent for $900 per month creating a nice Monthly Income Stream for the joint venture investment. The primary on-going expenses associated with holding real estate are taxes and insurance. In Richmond, the taxes and insurance combined will be about $150 per month for the house in this example, which leaves $750 net for the on-going monthly income stream for the joint venture.

 

The $60,000 investment has now been used to pick up $40,000 of gross equity and a $750 monthly income stream. I hope you are wondering how this gets applied back to the members of the joint venture because the answer is that the Investor and Real Estate Entrepreneur come to terms. For the sake of simplicity, let’s assume that the two joint venture members agree to a 50/50 split in this venture.

With a 50/50 split, the $750 monthly income stream is split so that both members receive $375 each month; along with this monthly dividend style income stream both members will also share the upside equity at some point in the future.

 

Overall Earnings

Let’s make one last assumption to show how the ultimate return can be easily calculated for both members of this joint venture. Let’s assume that both members hold onto this investment property for five years and then sell it for $100,000, which is today’s value of the house. What are the earnings on this joint venture?

 

Investor Earnings
$375 per month for 60 months: $22,500
Upside equity split of the total $40,000: $20,000
Total return over the five years: $42,500
Total investment made: $60,000
Annualized return on investment: 14.16%

 

This is an example of a win-win transaction for an Investor that can joint venture with a sharp real estate Entrepreneur.  The Investor invested $60,000 and received earnings of $42,500, which is an annualized return of 14.16%.

 

The key is to joint venture with the right Entrepreneur who can do all of the work while keeping your investment safe, returns high and the investor does not have to deal with tenants, toilets or commit any of his personal time.

More info on joint venture real estate investing: Joint venture real estate investing

 

What is holding you back from creating or rebuilding your wealth using these 3 tops strategies? Leave comments or questions and I will be happy to respond.

 

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How to structure an LLC with a Self-directed IRA

By Jim Ingersoll

Self-Directed Retirement Plan Investing Using an LLC Structure

Offers Maximum Flexibility & Protection for Active Investors

 


 

Did you know that you could purchase real estate, lend your money like a bank in notes and mortgages, purchase franchises or private equity in businesses and still have a brokerage account?  Since 1974 and ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act), you have been able to do this, but your broker and your banker will never let you know!  Your broker and banker would lose commissions and income if you moved your assets from a brokerage account to any of the alternative investments mentioned.

 

Traditional retirement accounts have lost trillions of dollars in the past few years, causing many savvy investors to seek alternative ways to invest their retirement portfolios.  In increasing numbers, this search is leading to self-directed investing – a rapidly growing trend that enables you to have complete control over selecting and directing your own IRA, SEP or 401k investments. 

 

How do you take advantage of these alternative investments?  You can choose a self directed custodian or an administrator (who works with a custodian).  Is it legal to move your IRA or rollover your old 401k to another custodian?  Yes it is.  Just as you could move your IRA account from Fidelity to Morgan Stanley, you are simply changing custodians.  The change to a true self directed custodian allows you to take advantage of alternative investments.  But not all custodians are alike – some allow you to invest in real estate, some do not.  Some allow you to invest in real estate and finance it and others do not.  To finance you would need to find a non recourse lender, where the only recourse for the lender if you default is to take the property and not come after you personally or your IRA.

Choosing a self directed IRA administrator to place the assets of your IRA in a Limited Liability Company (LLC) which holds title to the assets, can give you the ultimate flexibility in investing.  The LLC is thus the purchaser of any investment the IRA makes.

 

The LLC structure offers investment flexibility by simplifying asset titling and allowing for immediate response to investment opportunities.

 

The LLC structure also facilitates the pooling of assets with other investors, or with the account owner’s discretionary investment money.  Pooling opens the door for self-directed investors to participate in larger investment opportunities.

 

Finally, the LLC structure offers an additional layer of protection for the Retirement Plan’s assets.

 

Most of the self directed IRA companies are custodians and not administrators.  Custodians, as the fiduciary of your IRA funds, are not allowed to set up an LLC structure directly.  The client would have to search for an ERISA lawyer. Setting up an LLC structure through a lawyer who is not familiar with ERISA rules and the results can be very damaging. The IRA/LLC structure must comply with ERISA rules and many of the lawyers who set these up without ERISA experience, are unable to advise their clients on the types of investments that are allowable by the IRS.  If the IRS decides to do an audit, you could pay severe penalties and taxes if you’re not in compliance. Investors beware – you must do your homework and find a self directed administrator that understands ERISA rules and reviews them with each transaction. If you choose the route of a custodian, then be sure to find a lawyer with ERISA experience and be prepared to pay for their knowledge, and you will need to have the lawyer review your transactions for compliance.

 

The IRA/LLC structure also allows investors to invest in anything allowable by the IRS.  Gold is a popular investment and a commodity that has limited resources. There are custodians who will not allow for investments in gold.  The IRA/LLC structure allows you to invest in anything allowable by the IRS. Detailed reviews of each proposed transaction to ensure its compliance with IRS and ERISA rules are very important.  Custodial companies review transactions internally for company acceptance and not so much with the client’s investing in mind.  The IRA/LLC structure is the most elegant and flexible structure for an investor who wants to take advantage of all the investments that are allowable by the IRS and ERISA.

 Guest contributor:

Satchie Carvounis

Regional Manager

Security Trust Company

“Unleash the Power of Your IRA”

www.securitytrustcompany.com

satchie.carvounis@securitytrustcompany.com

301-356-8989 

 

 

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3 Ways to Establish Your Success Path For Real Estate Investing

By Jim Ingersoll
Are you ready to crush it with some great investing strategies?

The middle of each year is the perfect time to amp up your
focus and execute your plans to gain momentum from day one.

Here is how to do it:

1.  Write down your goals.  Doesn’t that sound SO EASY.  It is SO EASY that only
the top 3% ever actually do it.  Start with a transparent look at where you are at right now.

Do you need more money?
Hate your job?
Saving for retirement or your kids education?
Worried about preserving your capital in tough times?

The truth is every person reading this posting has needs.  Some people do not have enough money and others
have a LOT but are really worried about lack of returns in CD’s and their ability to preserve their capital during
our challenging times.

Now that you know exactly where you are starting you can formulate your goals. Break your goals into short-term and long-term
needs.

2.  Invest in yourself.  I am a life-time learner.  I didn’t stop learning once I had my Masters in Engineering Management.  Regardless if you
have a high school diploma or a PhD or are serving our country in the Military, you can commit to investing in yourself.  I have recently received
a number of emails from people who read my books over the holidays.  I love to interact with readers!  It lets me know you are serious about
investing in yourself.  Commit to read or listen to a book every week.  Immerse yourself into the articles I have written for you.
Participate in a real estate forum and ask questions.   Here are links that will help you with each of these ways to invest in yourself:

Real Estate Investing Forum

Real Estate Investing Blog

Real Estate Investing Home Study Training

3.  Transactional or Passive Income Streams:

Now that you know where you are at, where you are heading and have committed to invest in yourself you can determine
if you need transactional or passive income streams.

Are you a brand-new investor?  If so, you should learn to wholesale houses.  This is a risk free way to invest in real estate and learn to
do deals while creating a nice stream of income.  It is the income stream that allowed me to leave my corporate America job several years ago.
Here are some wholesaling houses resources for you.

Wholesaling Houses Free Training

Maybe you are ready to fix and flip a house this year.

Here are some fix and flip resources for you.
Flipping Houses Free Training

If you have already started investing, now is the best time of our generation to buy and hold real estate assets.  The key to buying
rentals is to eliminate banks and succeed massively.

Here are private lending resources for you so you can fire your bank this year and build a portfolio of rental properties:

Free Private Lending Free Training

Joint venture real estate Free Training

Private Lending Video training

Read through the materials, join me in the forum at CREonline, watch the YouTube videos and formulate a detailed plan that meets your investing needs.
Shoot me an email if you want a copy of my private lending special report or you have specific questions on investing.

jim@investingnownetwork.com

Your plan needs to be detailed and specific and ultimately lead to your financial freedom!

Jim Ingersoll

Author, Real Estate Entrepreneur and Coach

 

 

 

 

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[Free Real Estate Book for you] & Private Lending Question from A Reader….

Are you set for the holidays?  Cheryl and I are about 3/4 done with our Christmas shopping, how about you?

I am not a procrastinator so I prefer to just get it done!

As part of the Holiday Celebration, I have arranged with Amazon to GIVE AWAY both my books [Starting tomorrow] on

Kindle for FREE this week on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.  Here are the links so you can get

my Gift to you.

Investing Now –  All about Fixing and Flipping Houses, here is the link to the Kindle version.  It is also available in paperback, but Kindle is FREE this week on tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday for you

Investing Now by Jim Ingersoll on Amazon

Cash Flow Now – All about the different income streams you can obtain with real estate.  They break down into transactional (wholesaling, rehabbing) and residual (Rentals, Being the Bank, etc).

Here is the Kindle link for you:

Cash Flow Now by Jim Ingersoll on Amazon

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Private Lending Question of the day from a reader Carl Randal… thanks for asking!

Hi Jim,

I want to be a Real Estate Catalyst and Joint Venture with an
individual that has a Self Directed IRA.  How do I link up with someone
like this? Is there a link up site or organization that you can point me
to? I don’t know anyone personally that has a Self Directed IRA.

Carl Randal

 

This is a pretty common question as investors realize that using banks is not the answer for investing in real estate.

I think the first key is that you should not feel the need to sell, pitch and crank up tons of marketing to find private lenders.

The fact is that people who have quite a lot of money are tired of losing it in the stock market and they realize that if the work to

preserve their capital in a bank CD they will earn a lot less then the inflation rate so they are essentially losing there too.

 

The number one way to find your private lenders is to simply educate people on what you do.  Maybe you need a great credibility kit,

maybe you need a coach to help you along the way or maybe you can invest in yourself to the point you understand how to connect

all the pieces.  As you gain success you will find that you simply ATTRACT the private capital that you are looking for.

Think of Self-Directed IRA
for a minute.  They are simply the best kept secret in America.  Only 2% of retirement accounts are self-directed.

That leaves a 98% opportunity to educate people on what they are, how to roll them from a 401k and invest with you as the real estate catalyst. Who do you know that has lost a corporate job and may have a 401k that could be rolled over to a self-directed IRA and become your private lender and would love to earn between 6% – 15% working with you?

 

I would encourage you to make a list of at least 10 people.  This list can includes Aunts, Uncles, Brothers and Sisters along with colleagues and

co-workers, maybe people you know from BNI or the local Rotary as well.  Become intentional and invite each of them individually out for lunch or

coffee so you can share you good news with them.

People are searching hard for the alternative investment and most can not invest in real estate without YOU!

Let me know your questions, concerns, speed bumps and hurdles and I will be happy to assist.  Email me at jim@investingnownetwork.com or

jimingersoll@comcast.net OR just post to my wall in face book

Join Jim Ingersoll on Facebook OR send me a tweet:

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Happy Investing!!!

Jim

 

 

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Case study for cash flow and equity

By Jim Ingersoll
When you eliminate the bank from your investing equation, there are only two relevant parties in the transaction–the investor and the private lender. The real estate investor is the “catalyst” who does all of the work for the investment including:

  • Find the property and negotiate the sale at a great price
  • Manages the closing
  • Completes the property fix-up to make it “rent ready”
  • Manages the property (landlording)

The private lender is completely passive and does no work, but supplies all the money for the investment up-front at closing for the catalyst.  The funding includes all closing costs, all repair costs, and all funds required for the acquisition, so the catalyst has no money out of his own pocket.

When the catalyst works directly with private lenders,you have a winning combination for cash flow using a joint venture arrangement.  The best part of this joint venture is that both parties are critical to the overall success of the investment.

A Case Study for Cash Flow & Infinite Returns

The catalyst markets and finds a great deal on a 3 bedroom, 2 bath home at a 40% discount price point (60% loan-to-value ratio).  What that means is the purchase price and all fix-up costs will not exceed a total of 60% of the after-repair-value of the home.

Purchase price: (includes closing costs) $ 40,000
Fix-up costs: $ 20,000
Total investment required: $ 60,000
After repair value: $ 100,000

The total investment required is $60,000 and the after repair value of the property is $100,000, which leaves $40,000 of equity once the fix-up is completed on the property. The catalyst found the deal, negotiated it, and performed the fix-up, while the private lender funds the entire transaction expense of $60,000.

In my market here in Richmond, VA, a house like this one will be a typical 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in a working class neighborhood. This house in Richmond will rent for $950 per month creating a nice income stream for the joint venture investment.

The catalyst used none of his own money to get monthly cash flow and an infinite return.

The primary on-going expenses associated with holding real estate are taxes and insurance. In Richmond, the taxes and insurance combined will be about $150 per month for the house in this example which leaves $800 net rental for the on-going monthly income stream for the joint venture.

The $60,000 investment has now been used to pick up $40,000 of gross equity and a $800 monthly income stream. I hope you are wondering how this gets applied back to the members of the joint venture because the answer is… any way that the Private Lender and Real Estate Catalyst come to terms.

For simplicity sake, let’s assume that the two joint venture members agree to a 50/50 split in this venture.

With a 50/50 split, the $800 monthly income stream is split so that both members receive $400 each month; along with this monthly income stream both members also will share the upside equity at some point in the future.

What Did Each Member Earn?

Let’s make one last assumption to show how the ultimate return can be easily calculated for both members of this joint venture.

Let’s assume that both members hold onto this investment property for five years then sell it for $100,000, which is today’s value of the house. What did both members earn on this joint venture?

Private Lender earnings:
$400 per month for 60 months: $ 24,000
Upside equity split of the total $40,000: $ 20,000
Total return over the five years: $ 44,000
Total investment made: $ 60,000
Annualized return for private lender: 14.66%
Real Estate Catalyst earnings:
$400 per month for 60 months: $ 24,000
Upside equity split of the total $40,000: $ 20,000
Total return over the five years: $ 44,000
Total investment made: $ 0
Annualized return on investment: Infinite

Everyone Is Happy

The private lender made a very strong return of 14.66% annually and his $60,000 investment turned into a $104,000 at the end of the five years.

The real estate investor (catalyst) used none of his own funds, enjoyed $400 per month in cash flow and an overall return of $44,000 over the five years. The catalyst enjoyed an infinite return because he used none of his own money in the investment.

How many houses would you want to buy and hold this year and earn $400 per month on each house? I challenge you to establish a plan and invest in yourself, so you can easily structure investments similar to this one.

 

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Mastermind with Jim Ingersoll real estate and investing training

Over the past couple weeks I have received inquiries from people wanting the information on my Mastermind Meetings…. Thank You!

I don’t push the coaching or masterminds, but I do love watching investors work directly with me and begin to experience the success that comes with it!

My Mastermind is a nice mix of folks who want to invest passively, folks who want to invest actively and some of us who like to do both 🙂

We focus intensely of eliminating bank financing, structuring joint ventures that work for everyone involved and

building long-term cash flow and equity by investing into real estate assets.  I have accumulated quite a few testimonials and such but will only share a couple of them today:

“Hello Jim
Just wanted to let you know we signed a contract for $206,000 this afternoon.  That gave us a $37,728 profit.  We owe a great deal to you.  Jim, you provided me with the direction and network that we put into action, resulting in a tremendous success!    I am very fortunate to have made your acquaintance to which I say THANK YOU.”  Chris

Hi Jim

We are putting in offers on two rental properties today! Getting this party started!

Thanks! Barb & Kevin

I have also enjoyed watching some young people in there 20’s get started.  They are succeeding and learning to buy houses without banks in the best market of our lifetime.  Personally, I wish I was in my 20’s and could start in a market like this one.  Like my friend David Phelps says “I could start over today and rebuild my entire portfolio in less than 5 years in today’s market.”

IF you are interested in joining our private Mastermind Group, please EMAIL me so I can send you the information you need to attend next weeks meeting with me. 

Email:    Jim@investingnownetwork.com or jimingersoll@verizon.net

Next week we have a 3 hour session planned.  Every meeting is part networking with like-minded investors and partly direct teaching from me.  I will be sharing case studies on joint-ventures, houses bought without banks for both flips and for long-term rentals as well as the documentation packages that support the entire joint venture.

Don’t delay, this is a private group that is growing fast, if you have interest please email me now

jim@investingnownetwork.com or jimingersoll@verizon.net

I included both emails since I have had some recent challenges with my emails.

Thanks and to your SUCCESS!

Jim

 

 

 

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How to make alternate investments with your IRA

By Jim Ingersoll

How to make alternate investments with your IRA

The Individual Retirement Account (IRA) was introduced in 1974 by Congress to help encourage those who did not already have a retirement plan or pension at work to save for their own retirement.

The mantra of the day was to encourage individuals to save for their own retirement. The original plan would allow individuals to open an IRA providing they did not already have another company-sponsored program established. In 1981 the IRA was expanded to include everyone, whether or not you already have another retirement plan or pension at work.

According to the IRS, code sec 408(a) the official definition of an IRA is a trust or custodial account, created or organized in the United States for the exclusive benefit of an individual or his/her beneficiaries.

Types of IRAs

There are two primary Types of IRAs. Each has the following characteristics:

1. Traditional IRA – A Traditional IRA generally allows tax deductible contributions. There are factors that affect the “deductibility” such as if participants are already using an employer pension account. The earnings from the IRA investments are taxed when distributions are taken after reaching at least 59 ½ years old.

2. Roth IRA – The Roth IRA was created in 1997 as part of the Taxpayer relief act. The major differences compared to the traditional IRA are that the contributions are not tax-free, but the distributions are tax-free.

Advantages:

One major advantage of using an IRA to save for retirement is that the IRA account is held separate from and the account holder cannot easily access the funds without paying taxes and penalties. This is an advantage because it makes the removal of the funds more difficult which forces most account holders to leave the funds separate from their every day lives and allow the earnings to compound until they are ready to retire.

In essence the account is designed to be held until retirement, which is a good thing as many people today would access their IRA if it were easy to do so. In most states the funds in IRA’s are also protected from all potential creditors.

Opening an IRA

You can open an IRA at a wide-variety of institutions including banks, brokerage firms, credit unions and even insurance companies. Nearly half of all IRA assets are held with banking institutes and the most popular banking institute investments are Certificate of Deposits (CDs) and money-market type accounts. Account holders feel comfortable working with their banks and the FDIC insures them up to $250,000.

The challenge with investing in CD’s is that the rate of return is currently very low and there are early withdrawal penalties that can be costly. Credit Unions also provide IRA accounts and generally offer slightly better rates than most banks. Brokerage type accounts are available at both banking institutions and actual brokerage businesses. Brokerage accounts work well for the account holder who has an appetite for investing in the stock market. These types of accounts allow the account owner diversity in investing in mutual funds, US stocks, natural resources, etc.

Alternative Investments with a self-directed IRA

If you want to invest your IRA into alternative investments beyond the traditional CDs, stocks, bonds and mutual funds then you will want to explore the upside potential of using a self-directed IRA. Many banking and brokerage businesses advertise that their accounts are self-directed and they give the account owner the flexibility to self-direct their accounts, but in reality the vast majority of these IRA institutions only allow investment in their products of the traditional stocks, bonds, CD’s and mutual funds. If an account holder desires to invest their retirement funds into investments such as:

Oil and Gas – Production, royalties and mineral rights can create huge returns for the investor who understands the oil and gas investing models.

Precious metals including gold and silver – Hedge against all political, social and other influences including inflation.

Private and Public Stock – Venture capital type investments

Real Estate – Buy, sell, rent in today’s market can create huge returns for the savy investor.

Notes and mortgages – Lend money on real estate or purchase discounted notes. It is not unusual to purchase notes at 15% discount and create yields of 15 – 25%.

Tax lien certificates – Investing in tax delinquent real estate

These investments extend beyond the traditional stocks, bonds, mutual funds and CD’s that most banking and brokerage institutions offer to their clients. They also take specific knowledge of the account holder in order to successfully invest and make great returns. However, given the market conditions in these investment classes the knowledgeable investor can make some fantastic returns using self-directed IRA’s.

If you are looking for one of these alternate investments for your IRA, you will need to find a truly self-directed IRA plan. A truly self-directed firm will likely not offer any products for you to invest into, but will allow you as the account holder to choose the investment you want for your IRA.

The IRA was created to help people save for retirement and given the uncertainty of long-term social security the IRA is an investment that everyone needs to carefully consider.

Parting Thoughts

“Compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe.” – Albert Einstein.

Einstein provided us with so many great truths but he calls compound interest the most powerful force in the universe and financially speaking he is certainly right on. An IRA account allows people to save today, earn returns that will be compounded for many years and be prepared to retire. The IRA is one of the best gifts that our Government has ever given the citizens of our country and everyone needs to consider using this outstanding retirement vehicle.

If you plan to invest, I highly recommend a Roth Self-Directed IRA.  Once you have it established your IRA can become a private lender, a wholesaler, flipper or buy and hold real estate.  The beauty of self-direction is that the account holder is allowed to make their own investment decisions as long as they avoid prohibited transactions.

What is holding you back from taking control of your retirement?  Invest now and succeed!

How to make alternate investments with your IRA

 

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Eliminate real estate risk when investing

By Jim Ingersoll

Eliminate real estate risk when investing

Eliminate real estate risk so you can invest with confidence.

Do you consider investing risk?
Are you nervous about the risk of real estate?
Risk of tenants impacting your cash flow?
Risk of the overall market?

risk

Eliminate the intermediaries, build your team, build your cash flow and eliminate your risk.

Grab your FREE copy of my investing kit now –> Click here to grab your kit

Enjoy the video as the Cash Flow Rock Star, Kandace Phelps, shares on creating great returns with real estate while eliminating intermediaries and risk.  Kandace has a great way of demystifying finance!

“It is time to grab a hold of your financial wheel”  Kandace Phelps

 

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Eliminate risk and intermediaries when investing.  Investing does not have to be hard, scary or overly risky.  The key is to learn to invest the right way and succeed big time.

The key to eliminating risk is to learn to buy houses below market value by targeting the worst house in a nice location.  That simple trade off reduces your risk investing.  You can fix the house, but you can not fix the location.  From there you can build your team, learn to renovate houses and build long term cash flow for your future.

You can learn to manage the risk and create excellent returns investing.  The key is to learn to build the right foundation that gives you confidence.  When invested correctly real estate is quite forgiving.   Invest in yourself and learn the keys to investing and eliminate your risk today.

Eliminate Risk, eliminate Fear and Invest with confidence.  Build your team with the right realtors, right contractors, right tenants and the right strategy and you can reduce your risk to succeed big time.

Grab your FREE copy of my investing kit now –> Click here to grab your kit

Eliminate real estate risk when investing

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Jim Ingersoll – Cash Flow Video Blog

By Jim Ingersoll
Hi Everyone

Here is a special video update for you.

I thought this would allow us to connect more personally as I shot this in my office this morning for you to discuss goals, cash flow streams and more.  Leave me a comment and share this posting.  Let me know if you have cash flow questions, like this format, etc….


I have also uploaded a few other new video segments to my YouTube Channel and you can check them out right here.  These are from our boot camp in Richmond… enjoy!

 

Jim Ingersoll Investing YouTube Channel

Happy House Hunting To You!

Jim

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