Put Your 'Dead' IRA/401K Funds to Work in Real Estate

July 10, 2017

Most of us have old IRA's, 401K's, 403B's and other types of tax-deferred accounts that just aren't working. You worked hard for your money, and it should be working hard for you. But we constantly hear about retirement accounts funds that are making such small returns that they don't even cover the cost of inflation. Worse, many are actually losing money. (We just spoke to a gentleman today whose IRA has gone from $50,000 to $19,000 in just 5 years!) Some people are so discouraged that they tell me they don't even open up their statements anymore.
What if you could use that money that is being eroded by inflation to do what the law allows, but most IRA custodians won't let you do - buy land in areas that are next in line to be developed. Did you know that that is how Donald Trump (and thousands of other people) have made fortunes? It's called Land Banking, and our speaker will help you discover just how powerful it is. You can use cash or retirement funds. But where would you rather have those funds - in a bank or IRA where it is being eroded by inflation? Or would you rather "bank" it in land that can help you maximize your retirement funds, secure your children's education, and build a personal legacy. Remember Proverbs 13:22 - "A good man leaves an inheritance to his children's children." Don't miss this important class.
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As a kid, Andre became enamored by the promise that any American could participate in the economy and win. His desire to help others achieve financial security and wealth led him to an early career in financial planning, and he earned some f the industry's highest accolades, including Rookie of the Year and Top of the Table. Andre bought his first tract of land during this time, and after he sold it for nearly triple the purchase price, the lightbulb about land banking went off.
Following his mantra of “triple Ds” (drive, determination, and discipline), Andre took the biggest risk of his life during the economic meltdown, by abandoning a successful career to start CalChoice.