Louisville, Colorado (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
New Direction IRA, Inc. (NDIRA), an HSA and IRA custodial* and administrative services provider, will deliver a live presentation at the American Numismatic Association National Money Show in Atlanta on Feb. 28.
Entitled, “What did your IRA buy today?,” NDIRA COO Mark Furmanek will conduct a workshop that addresses how coin collectors and investors can use self-directed IRAs (SDIRAs) to buy and sell precious metals and coins from their metals dealers.
By accessing IRA funds, buyers and sellers of precious metals and coins have a new pool of funds with which to invest and to grow retirement accounts.
“We’re pleased to be speaking at the ANA National Money Show,” Furmanek said. “Hopefully, attendees will leave with a clear view of how retirement funds can keep their tax advantages and still be used to invest in assets that are available at the National Money Show.”
The presentation will introduce SDIRAs, explain how they can be used to shop for coins and bars at the National Money Show and which coins and precious metals are allowable by the IRS.
Furmanek is a trendsetter in the self-directed IRA industry. He has installed industry-best technology at NDIRA which streamlines the investment process for clients as well as dealers and depositories. This is the first event, since unveiling these technological advancements, that Furmanek will be available to answer questions.
“We’ve been working with clients, dealers and depositories to create technology that works for them,” Furmanek said. “Because we tailored our precious metals investment service and technology to address the direct input from these groups, we are able to process precious metals purchases, sales and exchanges faster and better than any other IRA provider.”
Furmanek and other NDIRA representatives will also have a booth at the event to speak with guests throughout the event, which runs from Feb. 27 through March 1.
For those attending the ANA National Money Show, the NDIRA presentation will be held at 11 a.m. on Feb. 28 in Room 102 of the Cobb Galleria Center in Atlanta, GA.
If you’d like more information about self-directed IRAs, precious metals investing or other IRA topics, New Direction IRA offers extensive educational resources on its website, http://www.newdirectionira.com. You can check in with an IRA expert via webinar, live workshop or by calling a client representative to discuss your retirement strategy.
New Direction IRA is a trusted provider of investor education and record keeping services for self-directed IRA and precious metals IRA holders. Since its inception in 2003, New Direction IRA has been at the forefront of the self-directed retirement investment market. The company enables individual investors to take control of and diversify their tax-advantaged retirement funds using alternative asset opportunities such as real estate, precious metals, LLCs, notes and lending, and more. Headquartered in Louisville, Colorado, New Direction IRA administers more than $640M in assets on behalf of over 8,300 account holders. Visit the website at http://www.newdirectionira.com.
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*New Direction is a trusted provider of Custodial and Administrative services for traditional and Roth IRAs, HSAs, and other tax advantaged plans. Physical custody and administrative oversight is provided by First Trust Company of Onaga, in Kansas. Regulatory account oversight comes from the Office of the State Bank Commissioner of Kansas.