The series of videos provides comprehensive information about the Solo 401k plan, including its regulations and benefits.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 19, 2015
As part of the firm’s effort to share their knowledge of an innovative retirement plan, Sense Financial releases a new series of educational videos.
Starting in January 2015, visitors to Sense Financial web site will be able to learn about the Solo 401k plan in a more interactive way. A new series of educational videos called the Solo 401k Quick Tip is recently published on Sense Financial home page as well as on their Youtube and Vimeo channels.
The series of videos provides comprehensive information about the Solo 401k plan, including its regulations and benefits. The videos also answers the most frequently asked questions from plan holders of this retirement solution. Each video focuses on a specific feature or topics related to the self-directed retirement plan, allowing visitors to quickly find the information they need.
Sense Financial hopes to provide a fun and interactive way for investors to learn about the Solo 401k plan. While it is not a new retirement solution, the Solo 401k plan is not as widely known to investors as other qualified retirement plans.
This innovative retirement solution is designed for self-employed business owners and independent contractors, who have no other full-time employee working for their business. Offering many tax benefits, the Solo 401k plan is created as an alternative solution for those without access to a traditional retirement plan.
The self-directed Solo 401k plan offered by Sense Financial allows plan holders many benefits. The biggest advantage is its high contribution limit, which allows plan holders to put up to $59,000 per year into the tax-deferred account as of 2015. With no custodian required, plan holders can also serve as the trustee of the plan, with total control over their investments.
Another lesser-known benefit of a Solo 401k plan is that it is allowed to invest in non-traditional assets. These include investment properties, mortgage notes, private businesses, hard money lending, precious metals and much more. If plan holders choose to invest in real estate, they can even leverage their purchases with non-recourse financing without paying extra tax or penalty.
In order to take advantage of all these benefits, plan holders need to have a certain level of knowledge when it comes to the Solo 401k rules and regulations. Therefore, Sense Financial has always been committed to providing the most comprehensive knowledge and guidelines to help investors succeed. This new series of the Solo 401k Quick Tip videos is part of the team’s effort in educating plan holders of the Solo 401k plan.
Sense Financial is California's leading provider of retirement accounts with "Checkbook Control": the Solo 401k and the Checkbook IRA. Over the years, they have assisted hundreds of clients to obtain checkbook control over their retirement accounts while providing them with the ability to invest in virtually any investment class, including real estate, private lending, mortgage notes and much more without the need for custodian approval.
To learn more about Solo 401k, please visit sensefinancial.com