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​Described below is the five step process involved in the setting up of a Self-Directed IRA LLC.
401k Small Business Financing

401k SelfStarter

The 401k SelfStarter plan is perfect for entrepreneurs seeking readily available funding capital, especially those looking for interest-free or no hassle business funding sources.

Fund your business start-up with retirement funds

Also known as ROBS or 401k small business financing, the 401k SelfStarter plan allows you to fund a business with your retirement funds without taking a taxable distribution. 

Not a taxable distribution

Because you directly rollover your IRA or former employer 401k, 403b, Keogh, SEP, SIMPLE, or other eligible account, to your new 401k SelfStarter plan, which then funds your business, you incur no taxes or early distribution penalties.

Not a loan

Unlike traditional 401k plans that allow for a 401k participant loan, that is, borrow up to 50% of the account balance not to exceed $50,000, our 401k business financing plan allows you to use all of your retirement funds to fund your start-up business. 

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