If you’re self-employed, you may be wondering if you’ll ever be able to retire at all, so a question like this probably seems preposterous. But that’s because you don’t yet know America’s best-kept investment secret—the Solo 401(k). With this brilliant retirement wealth-building tool, designed specifically for freelancers and small business owners, you can save more money, make your own investment decisions, and enjoy the flexibility of fitting your plan to your situation and expertise. In fact, the Solo 401(k) doesn’t just help you after you retire, you can also leverage it now by borrowing money from your account as a loan.

Going Solo 401k

Adam Bergman is a senior tax partner with the IRA Financial Group, LLC, the markets leading provider of Self-Directed IRA LLC and Solo 401(k) plans.

Adam Bergman

After over thirty years as a practicing CPA, I have finally found a comprehensive reference source regarding the highly complex rules and regulations of retirement plans that even a layman would understand.

- Joel S. Baum, CPA, MST

The Solo 401(k) Plan allowed me to unlock the true power of my accumulated retirement funds, and be free to direct my financial resources in alternative investments including income property. I am very happy with the results.

- Kelly Nigohosian, Esq.