Financial Success Institute is putting venture capital programs in place that follow the self directed IRA rules so our subscribers can invest exactly the way they want to.
Fairfax, VA (PRWEB) January 14, 2012
Richard Geller, CEO and managing director of FinancialSuccessInstitute.org, stated today, "In an exciting new development, Financial Success Institute discovered a small percentage of investors following the self directed IRA rules are interested in investing their accounts as venture capitalists. The good news is that self directed IRA rules allow this type of investing. Now, Financial Success Institute is putting venture capital programs in place that follow the self directed IRA rules so our subscribers can invest exactly the way they want to."
Geller elaborates, "What the Institute found are those wanting to invest as venture capitalist are among our wealthiest subscribers. They learned the self directed IRA rules long ago and have gotten rich with alternative investments. By following the self directed IRA rules, they are set for life. Now they want to help others trying to get a new business off the ground or expand an existing business. In exchange for what they offer, they will own a portion of the business. This is perfectly legal under the self directed IRA rules."
Geller continues, "These are 'take control' types of people. They learn all about any subject they are interested in and then take action that financially benefits them and their family. They first learned the self directed IRA rules when they realized they would not become wealthy investing on Wall Street and that very few employers provide a retirement pension today. More investors interested in venture capital came forward after FinancialSuccessInstitute.org published this article explaining why working people need to learn the Self Directed IRA Rules."
Geller goes into specifics. "FinancialSuccessInstitute.org has relationships where investors can make commercials loans or possibly take partial ownership of operating commercial businesses. The self directed IRA rules in this area dictate how much control the investor is allowed within the operating business. The self directed IRA rules also govern whether the investor can work for a business partially owned by their IRA. Fortunately, we have the people and resources to make sure Financial Success Institute subscribers stay on the right side of the self directed IRA rules.
Geller concludes, "As FinancialSuccessInstitute.org subscribers avail themselves to the venture capital services, the Institute will be vigilant about making sure our subscribers fully understand all self directed IRA rules that apply. Although there are only three self directed IRA rules, there are many different ways they can be both applied and interpreted. When investors endeavor to progress into the venture capital realm, it's imperative they work closely with an expert in self directed IRA rules. The institute will put them in contact with the best self directed IRA rules experts in the business."
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