Stock Market Crash Diet! A Guide To Alternative Asset Investing And Self Directed Retirement Plans
Stock Market Crash Diet is all about reducing your "consumption" of the traditional assets like stocks, bonds and mutual funds and instead investing a portion of your retirement into alternative asset investments like real estate, notes, private lending, business, tax liens, gold, and other non-traditional assets. Why? Because the returns are consistently higher and more predictable. In this game-changing book you'll discover tax free investments that you never thought possible in a government sponsored retirement plan (like an IRA, 401k, SEP, SIMPLE ) and how you too can invest in these alternative assets. Stock Market Crash Diet provides a step-by-step explanation of the best tax free savings plans allowed by the government and summarizes the rules and regulations that are important to follow.
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