The Do's and Don'ts of Self-Directed IRAs: Rules Every Investor Should Know
Elyria, OH (PRWEB) March 25, 2011
Equity Trust Company, a leading custodian in the self-directed retirement account market, announced today that it will host “The Do’s and Don’ts of Self-Directed IRAs: Rules Every Investor Should Know,” a free webinar being held on Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 9 p.m. ET. Click here to register for this fact-filled session https://www2.gotomeeting.com/register/709115170 .
Hosted by Edwin Kelly, director of education for Equity University (the educational arm of Equity Trust), the webinar features a no-nonsense interview with IRS agent Robert CreMeens. The hour-long session provides the facts and guideposts every self-directed retirement account holder needs to know to ensure compliance with IRS rules, avoid tax consequences and keep their IRAs in good standing.
“If you don’t follow the IRS rules,” says Kelly, “you’re risking your IRA’s valuable tax-deferred and tax-free benefits. That’s why anyone who has a self-directed account or is thinking about opening one should attend.”
The webinar spells out in plain English what individuals can and can’t do with a self-directed IRA. It also provides details on the numerous investment opportunities self-directed accounts provide.
Those interested in attending the webinar are encouraged to register early as the number of participants is limited.
About Equity Trust Company
Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Equity Trust Company is one of the nation’s leading self-directed retirement plan custodians. We specialize in the custody of alternative assets in self-directed IRAs, qualified business retirement plans, Coverdell Education Savings Accounts and Health Savings Accounts. Along with our affiliates, we serve more than 128,000 individuals and businesses nationwide with approximately $10 billion of retirement plan assets under management. Since 1974, we’ve helped investors make tax-free profits through education, innovation, and a commitment to understanding individual needs. Visit TrustETC.com for more information.