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Congratulations, you've just taken your first step to true investment freedom! Our Self-Directed IRA Guides are a great resource whether you're new to investing or looking for increased diversification for your existing Traditional IRA, Roth IRA, SEP, Solo 401(k), SIMPLE, Health Savings Account, or Coverdell Education Account. These Self-Directed IRA Guides will walk you through the basics in a clear and concise fashion.

We surveyed people who have ordered our guides and received amazing feedback: 80% of survey respondents found the information in the guides very relevant, 20% Relevant and 100% of survey respondents said the guides are very educational.

At American IRA, in addition to our unbeatable fee schedule and our unmatched customer service, we pride ourselves on our exceptional educational materials that cover everyone from beginners to advanced investors.

We are not just retirement account administrators, but also investors ourselves and we understand the need to get the information you need quickly. That's why we created 7 Self-Directed IRA guides so that you can select only the guide(s) related to the area of investment you are interested in.

Whatever area of investment you select, investing within a Self-Directed IRA will allow your profits to grow tax-free and/or tax-deferred.

While we don't directly supervise your account or make specific investment recommendations, we're here to provide you with the crucial information you need to understand your IRA's full capabilities. Self-Directed IRAs increase your profit potential and flexibility; in fact, here are a few of the many assets at your fingertips:

Real Estate IRA
Private IRA Lending
Precious Metals
Single Member Checkbook LLCs
Private Stock Partnerships
Tax Deeds & Liens

It's time to invest in what you know best.


Self-Directed IRA Guide(s)


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tax-deferred profits with a
Real Estate IRA?

A Self-Directed IRA or “Real Estate IRA” gives you the freedom to invest in alternative assets such as single-family and multi-unit homes, apartment buildings, condominiums (leveraged or un-leveraged), improved or unimproved land, commercial property, and more.

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