SDIRA TV Shows How To Slash Taxes, Keep More Of What You Make

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SDIRA organization’s new TV talk show demonstrates how individuals can minimize taxes, and keep more of what they make.


A new series of expert interviews with leading financial experts from SDIRA reveals how savvy individuals are using self-directed retirement accounts to build more wealth and income, while paying far less in taxes.

This series features experts such as Chris Urso of URS Capital Partners, Josh Manier of Red Rock Capital, and Josh Moore of New Standard IRA. They and others share insights on how self-directed retirement accounts are not only saving individuals double digits each year, but are opening up new alternative investment choices within their tax protected savings and investment accounts. This includes everything from physical precious metals, to oil, timber rights, lien loans, rental properties, and even the cannabis industry.

When individuals contribute to a 401k or IRA each year, they are able to deduct those dollars from their taxable income. Then that money is able to grow and produce income, while income taxes are deferred until they hit retirement, and are in a much lower tax bracket.

For others, the Roth IRA can even provide tax free returns on investments. For many this could mean decades of wealth building and acquiring income producing assets, without ever having to worry about taxes on them. This is how many wealthy moguls have been able to amass such fortunes in such a short amount of time.

In addition to the TV show, SDIRA TV, hosted by Jon Kopp, Director of non-profit SDIRA.Org, provides an array of other educational materials and tools, including retirement calculators, a powerful financial blog, ebook guides on getting started with self-directed retirement investing, and a comparison tool for evaluating different 401k and IRA options. Get it all over at

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