Newly Launched SDIRA.org Equips Investors To Regain Control Of Their Financial Future with Educational Features

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SDIRA.org empowers individuals to take back control of their retirement investments with new educational resources.

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Offering a line up of how to guides, comparison tools, and expert videos, SDIRA.org is on a mission to enable more Americans to regain their grasp on their money and the finances they will have available to them for retirement.

For decades the majority of American workers have simply taken the default option of putting their financial decisions and future in the hands of advisors and brokers who struggle with conflicts of interest every day. For the traditional broker, they make the most money when they sell clients on trades and funds which pay the biggest commissions. That is in direct conflict with their clients, who want to save on fees, get the best value, and put that extra money to work in individual investments for greater returns. Not to mention those investment themselves may not be the best choices for clients, their goals, and the timelines they are shooting for.

Although the fiduciary rule, which would have changed this in favor of individual investors was shut down in early 2017, SDIRA.org is determined to let Americans know about their options. Unfortunately, far too few know that they actually have the choice to self-direct their own retirement accounts. This also opens the door to a much wider variety of investments, which could also lead to greater returns, with less risk.

SDIRA.org is educating individuals on their options with side-by-side comparison tools of their 401k and IRA options, how to ebooks on rolling over to self-directed choices, and expert interviews which highlight the wide menu of asset choices available to those using these plans. These alternative investments are also often more easily understood than the stock market and complex funds of funds. Find out more today at http://www.sdira.org.

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