We help entrepreneurs use their retirement funds to finance their franchise. Our Compliance Officer with over 16 years experience in the industry and our Harvard Law-trained attorney will personally guide you through the entire process. Coupled with one of the best prices in the industry, our combination of experience and expertise as well as our dedication to customer service allows our clients to receive the highest quality service available.
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IMPORTANT: MySolo401k.net helps entrepreneurs finance their franchise and does NOT offer a franchise opportunity.
MySolo401k.net's 401k SelfStarter Plan is perfect for entrepreneurs seeking readily available funding capital, especially those looking for interest-free or no hassle business funding sources.
Fund your franchise with retirement funds
Also known as rollover as business startup (ROBS), Self-directed 401k and 401k business financing, the 401k SelfStarter plan allows you to finance your franchise with your retirement funds. This funding strategy has several important benefits over traditional debt and equity financing sources:
No taxes…No penalties
Because you directly rollover your IRA or former employer 401k, 403b, Keogh, SEP, SIMPLE, or other eligible account, you incur no taxes or early distribution penalties. Important Note: funds in a Roth IRA are not eligible.
Not a loan…No limits
Unlike traditional 401k plans that allow for a 401k participant loan up to 50% of the account balance not to exceed $50,000, our 401k SelfStarter Plan allows you to use all of your retirement funds to fund your franchise.
Why choose MySolo401k.net's 401k SelfStarter Plan?
To schedule a free consultation with our Compliance Officer and Harvard Law-trained attorney please submit your name and contact information in the form below.
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Interested parties should have at least $30,000 in liquid capital to invest.