As an entrepreneur, you are self-employed and have taken on the risks associated with establishing and operating your own business. Why shouldn’t you have that same freedom and flexibility with how you invest your retirement assets?!
Why be limited to just stocks, bonds and mutual funds, when you are free to invest in so much more.
As an entrepreneur earning self-employment income from your business, you have the freedom and flexibility to invest as you see fit.
Whether you are a financially successful entrepreneur who can make significant contributions based on your earnings, or a W-2 employee who has a side business earning $10,000 per year, you have the freedom to establish and operate your self-directed 401(k) plan.
You have the freedom as an entrepreneur to run your business as you see fit, maybe you should consider the same freedom with your self-directed IRA or 401(k) plan!