NIN Ventures Making It Easier to Invest in Venture Capital

NIN Ventures teams up with Robin S. Weingast & Associates and The Entrust Group to allow accredited investors to invest in the NIN Ventures Technology (QP) Fund with a Defined Benefit Plan or Self-Directed IRA.

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Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 23, 2014

NIN Ventures (or NIN.VC) is rolling out two new alternatives for investing in their NIN Ventures Technology (QP) Fund. First is investment using a defined benefit plan and second is investment from a self directed IRA. This new initiatives will truly make venture capital available to all asset classes. “We are committed to making it easier to invest in venture capital,” said Nin Desai, CEO of NIN Ventures.

A Defined Benefit Plan is a retirement plan that can invest in a wide range of securities and investment products including venture funds. All contributions made to this plan and subsequently are top line tax deduction for the business whether it is a sole proprietorship, an LLC, an LLP, a P.C., a C Corp. or an S. Corp. The investment growth is also tax deferred under the umbrella of the Defined Benefit Plan. For this purpose NIN Ventures is working closely with Robin S. Weingast & Associates (or RSW). RSW would help establish this plan using a separate account with a new plan tax id number and RSW would also prepare the legal plan trust documents. RSW will calculate the maximum contribution that could be made to the plan and then the client would invest directly in NIN Ventures as the plan’s investment. Join us for an Investor Webinar on June 25th at 1:00 PM CST via https://join.me/335-147-337 to learn more about NIN Ventures, the fund, how to invest in the fund with a defined benefit plan, and the investment process. Click here for an introduction packet: http://www.scribd.com/doc/230633929/NIN-VC-Defined-Benefit-Plan-Introduction-Packet

‘Self-directed’ is a descriptive term that is used to describe how some IRA providers administer the assets they hold. With a self-directed IRA the client controls what their IRA is invested in. Self-directed IRAs allow investors to hold ‘alternative’ assets within their tax deferred retirement plan; assets like private placement in a venture capital fund. Like any IRA investment a self-directed IRA has built in tax deferred growth and thus an individual will not pay capital gain tax on the growth of the investment. The return will flow back to the self-directed IRA and will not be taxable to the account holder. A self-directed IRA allows for true diversification that is not otherwise achievable in a standard IRA portfolio. In order to facilitate this NIN Ventures has teamed up with The Enturst Group, which will help set up an IRA with the Entrust Group and direct that investment into NIN Ventures Technology (QP) Fund. Join us for the NIN Ventures Investor Webinar on July 16th at 1:00 PM CST via https://join.me/145-454-905 to learn more about NIN Ventures, the fund, how to invest in the fund with a self directed IRA, and the investment process. Click here for an introduction packet: http://www.scribd.com/doc/230634211/NIN-VC-Self-Directed-IRA-Information-Packet.

About NIN Ventures
NIN Ventures (or NIN.VC) is a first of its kind technology venture capital fund to be raised via World Wide Web. NIN.VC will invest in early / growth stage financial services, education software, internet and digital media, mobile communication, cloud computing, 3D printing, and other path breaking companies. The fund will invest $1,000,000 - $5,000,000 in early / growth stage companies as a part of a syndicate or lead. NIN Venture Technology (QP) Fund is now LIVE and OPEN for investments. NIN.VC is a unique web-based opportunity for "accredited investors" to invest in a venture capital fund with a minimum amount of $100,000.


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