AdBits – Self-Directed IRA & Land Trusts


IRA Financial’s Adam Bergman Esq. explains how to set up a land trust for an IRA, why you would do it, and the advantages of doing so.

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Wealth Building: Tips on Planning to Acquire Wealth Fast

Wealth building without planning is akin to a soup without salt, tasteless. Planning is creation. Planning is creating in advance whatever you want your life to be like. When planning is applied to wealth building, it enables us to in advance whatever amount of wealth we will love to accumulate. By planning we create events rather than reacting to them. In wealth building therefore, planning is very critical, without it wealth creation becomes a non event. The purpose of this article therefore is to showcase the role of planning in wealth creation.

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Join the Million Dollar Club With 1,000 Dollars by Letting Your Money Work For You

The question any astute investor always asks when making an investment decision is how great the risk is compared to the return. If the risk is greater than the return, they walk away. But if the risk is minimal and the return is excellent, they most likely will proceed. With the right investment strategy, you can join the Million Dollar Club starting with 1,000 dollars by letting your money work for you.

The Best Way To Build Wealth Is To Save Money

Saving money is easy when you realize that living in a wasteful, materialistic society means most people cannot even perceive value appropriately. Often people throw out things that could have otherwise been salvaged for other purposes, or is simply not the latest thing fresh out of the store. A few quick tips can get you started on your journey.

Six Questions to Estimate One’s Retirement Needs

How much money will you need? Where retirement planning is concerned, that is the first question everyone asks. The answer, of course, depends on your individual situation. In the end, how much you will need depends on your goals and how you want to live when you retire. Here are six questions that will help you decide how much to save for retirement.

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