San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 15, 2009
Julie K. Danielson of McMillin Realty, Inc. is sponsoring a free seminar at The Corky McMillin Companies Liberty Station corporate office April 22, 2009. Julie's seminar will share how self -directed IRA funds can be used to purchase foreign or domestic properties and help to rebuild respectable returns in retirement accounts. For more information on Julie visit her website at http://www.juliekaysellshomes.com
"I am hearing from the public real disgust over Wall Street's total disregard for their retirement loss. I believe people are taking action to find new ways to help build wealth and grow their retirement accounts. I am here to help people learn about investing in real estate with self-directed IRA funds. Alternative asset investing has been available since 1974 when the inception of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) was written into the IRS Code", said Danielson. Amazingly, a majority of the public still lacks the knowledge regarding investment opportunities in a number of real estate property types like foreclosures, vacation rentals or commercial with their self directed IRA's funds Danielson continued to explain.
The free seminar will be held in the corporate conference room at 2750 Womble Road. Danielson along with Lupe Soto, McMillin's Bonita Office manager will discuss basic information about taking control of your financial future by investing in what you know; foreign (international) or domestic real estate through self-directed funds. You will learn about prohibited assets, disqualified persons, what isn't allowed and how to buy a retirement home or capitalize a business with an IRA. Registration begins at 2:30pm with the event ending at 4:00pm. If you register on line prior to April 19th, 2009 http://www.juliekaysellshomes.com/659336.html you will be entered into a drawing for 2 free summer nights lodging in a Big Bear California Vacation Home (holidays not available;must be present to win).
Space is limited, so register early to guarantee a seat.