Made for you.
Whether you’re trying to stay up to date on topics that affect your retirement or you’re looking to open an account, our retirement resources are designed to help you prepare for tomorrow.
Invest in real estate
with an IRA
If you’re ready to add an investment in real estate to your retirement portfolio, we’ll help you get started – all you need is a self-directed IRA. If you don’t have a self-directed IRA, our team can easily help you create one with our partnered custodian. And anything else you need help with, from transferring funds between your retirement accounts to completing your investment forms, we’ve got you covered.
2019 contribution limits
Know how much you can contribute. Investors who use IRAs to plan for retirement often fail to maximize their contributions simply because they don’t know how much they’re allowed to pitch in each year. That’s why we included a breakdown of how much you can contribute in 2019.Read More
|Roth IRA Contribution Limit||$6,000|
|Roth IRA Contribution Limit if 50 or over||$7,000|
|Traditional IRA Contribution Limit||$6,000|
|Traditional IRA Contribution Limit if 50 or over||$7,000|
|Roth IRA Income Limits (for single filers)||Phase-out starts at $122,000; ineligible at $137,000|
|Roth IRA Income Limits (for married filing jointly and qualifying widow(er) filers)||Phase-out starts at $193,000; ineligible at $203,000|
Can I invest directly from my existing retirement account?
All retirement investments in a Rich Uncles REIT require self-directed accounts, so if you currently save for retirement with a self-directed IRA, then yes. If you save for retirement through other common account types (401(k), Traditional IRA, Roth IRA), you would need to transfer your current savings into a self-directed IRA in order to invest.
Where can I open a self-directed IRA?
Our team can help you create a self-directed IRA at any one of the following companies:
- Pensco Trust Company
- NuView Trust Company
- Strata Trust Company
- Equity Trust Company
- Millennium Trust Company
How long will my investment take to fund?
Investments generally fund within 3-5 business days. If you have to create an IRA or rollover your current retirement savings into a new self-directed retirement account, your funding process may take longer.