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Private Lending

Your self-directed IRA, 401(k), or Health Savings Account can “be the back” by issuing private loans and collecting interest. Your account can lend money to individuals or businesses or purchase portions of existing loans through third-party platforms.



What should you know about private lending?

You Choose the Terms

Although your account is technically the “lender”, you, as the account holder, have the power to qualify buyers and make final decisions on loan terms, interest rates, etc.

Secured or Unsecured

These are short paragraphs intended to elaborate on the investment class and entice or inform the prospective client further.



Jerry structured a loan with a local investor using his IRA funds.

Jerry used his self-directed IRA account to loan money to a local brewery investor, including negotiating the interest rate, duration of the loan, and security interest.

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How to lend funds with your IRA


The world is your portfolio.

Why stop at private lending? With a Self-Directed IRA you have the freedom to invest your tax-advantaged retirement funds in the assets you’re most passionate or knowledgeable about. From startups to small businesses to more “out there” opportunities, if you can find it, we will help you fund it.



Want to learn more about Private Lending?

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Structured Notes and Private Lending with Your IRA

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