Entrepreneurs Pursue Business Start-Ups Even in Bad Times

Poor economic times are not dampening the desire for entrepreneurs to start their own business. A study recently showed that there’s little change in the number of U.S. business start-ups in good or bad times. With more people out of work, many are deciding to start their own company, instead of seek employment. They’re following their passion and ideas to create their own wealth and, when they run into obstacles, they’re finding creative ways to finance their business. With traditional funding sources drying up, watch the video to find out how one successful entrepreneur, who launched his company during the recession, received funding and used his own retirement account, Solo 401(k), to help him through difficult times. In just one year his business is booming.

To learn more about the Solo 401(k) and how it can help you, visit Nabers.com or call Nabers Group: (877) 903-2220.

Solo 401k Provides Unfair Tax Advantage For Self Employed Business Owners

Much Needed Tax Relief For 2009 Is Available, But You Must Open A Solo 401k By Dec 31st, 2009. Nabers says setting up and contributing to your Solo 401k before the end of 2009 will allow married couples to deduct up to $109,000 from their 2009 income taxes. Watch this video to learn more and pick up the phone right now as time is of the essence. The Nabers Group can be reached at 877-903-2220.

Take advantage of this unfair tax break being offered now to the self employed.

How the little guy can profit from $4 gas


However, this blog post is different. Turn on the tube to CNN and hear about how “We’re trying very hard to find a viable source of alternative energy to reduce our dependency on oil.” Personally, you can simply buy an electric car (right now). Those savings can be significant, but they can only go so far for your finances. Besides saving money, consider making money off of $4 per gallon gas. Assuming you don’t own Exxon or BP, here are some ideas:

The Contraction of Real Estate Demand – Sprawl Reversal

In this instance I don’t mean “contraction” in terms entire real estate markets losing value, I mean “contraction” in the sense of density. Before recent gas prices started changing the world, suburban sprawl was rampant in the U.S. The easy to obtain mortgage financing provided by the growth of the housing bubble only multiplied sprawl. In cities across America, middle class people found themselves moving to the outer suburban areas where they could have a 4,000 square foot house with a 3 car garage. They were all sipping lemonade on their huge front porches, admiring their white picket fences, and trading stories about flippers and spec homes just before getting sucker punched by gas prices and their rising Adjustable Rate Mortgage payment.

As the “look I’m rich, I swear!” house of cards finally fell, many middle class Americans are finding themselves in one of two categories: [Read more…]

Trust Yourself

In a world where we see stories unfold such as:

…most Americans are running low on trust when it comes to financial service companies. Who can you trust?

This is an especially important question in light of my recent post about misinformation in the self directed IRA community. My answer: yourself. That is what self directed investing is all about. You have control of your assets.

With the checkbook control provided by an IRA LLC, there is no potential for fraud unless your IRA rollover is handled by someone other than a bank or trust company (aka custodian). With a Solo 401(k) you don’t even have to transfer your assets through a custodian in the first place.

Q: What should I be concerned about?

A: Prohibited transactions and tax compliance, although it is simple to address both concerns. You can search Google for “self directed IRA prohibited transactions” and “IRA UBIT tax” to learn about the basics of both topics. If a service provider claims [Read more…]