Solo 401K for Real Estate Investors
Self-direct your 401(k) to experience high contributions, investment freedom, tax breaks, and more
The Solo 401(k), also known as the self-directed 401(k) is a retirement option that savvy real estate investors can exploit with professional guidance. Learn about the benefits and features of Royal Legal Solutions’ plan now.
Can anyone have a Self-Directed 401(k)?
The Solo 401(k) was designed for self-employed individuals. As such, it has one key criterion: that you be the sole owner and operator of a business with no employees aside from your spouse. Unless, of course, you let us help you.
How is the Solo 401(k) different from a traditional plan?
In brief, you have greater investment freedom with the Solo 401(k). Traditional plans limit your investments, often to the products available from the custodian. Self-directing your account offers Checkbook Control, giving you nearly limitless investment options.
What else do I need to qualify for a Solo 401(k)?
A strong narrative and legal method for reaping the plan’s benefits. And this is the part where our experts have you covered.
Learn more about our Solo 401(k) for Real Estate Investors.
Major benefits of Self-Directed 401(k)
Most investors are attracted to the Solo 401(k) for the sense of control it gives over retirement dollars. In addition to Checkbook Control allowing for nontraditional investments, there are plenty of other perks to the self-directed 401(k).Some other benefits of the plan as we form it include these:
- Contribution limits an order of magnitude higher than an IRA.
- Roth option availability.
- Asset and creditor protection abilities.
- Allows for tax sheltering and may be used in equity stripping.
- Save time and retain your autonomy by not needing “permission” from a custodian for transactions.
- Ability to borrow from the plan.
- And many more.
Royal Legal Solutions Offers a Range of Solo 401(k) Services
When you form your Solo 401(k) with Royal Legal Solutions serving as your custodian, you get one-stop-shopping. Our 401(k) experts at Royal Legal Solutions can assist you with every step from formation to self-directed 401(k) compliance. For the absolute highest level of service, consider pairing the Solo 401(k) with the Royal Protection Plan, our option for investors who want all of the paperwork, companies that support the plan, and asset protection features taken care of for them.
Features of our Solo 401(k)s
Establishing a Solo 401(k) with us is easy. You remain in control of your investments, yet get the benefit of full service and professional support. Our clients get everything they need to get their plan established.
When you establish your plan through Royal Legal Solutions, our professionals ensure you have and understand the following must-haves.
First and foremost, we ensure you have your plan’s documentation, designated beneficiary, contribution, and rollover forms. On top of the basics, we also provide 401(k) loan forms. We can show you how to use all of it.
For optimal asset protection, your plan will have its own checking account. So we make sure you also have your EIN number. We even help you set up your bank account completely online for maximum convenience!
Royal Legal Solutions as Your Custodian
Our plans are powered by Kingdom Trust, but Royal Legal Solutions will be here to assist you from formation through distribution. Our experts are here to answer your questions and support you fully through the process.
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ROYAL PROTECTION PLAN
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