THIS IS NOT A FRANCHISE OR BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY.
THIS IS A SERVICE OFFERED TO THOSE SEEKING TO PURCHASE A FRANCHISE OR BUSINESS USING THEIR RETIREMENT FUNDS.
THIS IS NOT A LOAN OR FINANCING PROGRAM. THIS PLAN ONLY USES RETIREMENT FUNDS TO PURCHASE A FRANCHISE OR BUSINESS.
Did you know that you can purchase a franchise, traditional business or investment real estate with a tax-qualified retirement plan such as an IRA, 401(k), 403(b) etc without having to pay the taxes or penalties?
Tapping into your retirement funds can be expensive. Distributions before retirement age can cost you up to 50% in taxes and penalties. But with our Business and Franchising Funding Plan you can use the retirement funds you've diligently saved to start or grow your own business – without taxes or penalties.
A business of your own may well be your best retirement plan. With the Business and Franchising Funding Plan, you can use your retirement funds as an initial business investment and build on them year after year. After all, an investment in yourself is an investment you can believe in. The Business and Franchising Funding Plan is designed to put you in control by making you the trustee of your own retirement. With this plan, you are able to shelter more money than ever before for a greater potential return and continued income during retirement.
The Business and Franchising Funding Plan gives you more control by helping you avoid the debt associated with business loans freeing up cash flow. Perhaps that's why so many current and potential business owners prefer this approach to traditional financing. The Business and Franchising Funding Plan can also be used in conjunction with traditional and SBA financing to help reduce the amount of your loan, and therefore your loan payments.
Lots of small business owners start out by borrowing against their homes. With the Business and Franchising Funding Plan, you can open or grow your business without ever touching the home equity you worked so hard to build.
It's a different concept for most people. Money in IRAs and 401(k) plans is thought to be untouchable until retirement. It can be used before then.
The Business and Franchising Funding Plan provides a simple process to invest retirement funds in a new or established business—without distributions, penalties and taxes. As a result, it gives anyone with a qualifying retirement plan a ready source of capital.
Unheard of, perhaps. Unusual, maybe. And undoubtedly nothing to wake up in a sweat about. The idea may raise eyebrows. Yet the Business and Franchising Funding Plan is without question an effective means of employing retirement savings as business capital.
TIP: The Business and Franchising Funding Plan can be used instead of borrowing against the house to keep home separate from business.
Basically what happens is people invest retirement funds in stock of their own business. When properly done, funds can be used for any business purpose, including:
Moreover, capital can be obtained from just about any type of retirement savings plan:
Important Note: To qualify for this program, you need to have at least $40,000 in an IRA, 401(k) or other retirement account and the funds cannot be with an employer that you are still working for.
This is NOT a loan or financing program. This plan ONLY uses RETIREMENT FUNDS to purchase a Franchise or Business.
This is NOT a franchise or business opportunity. This is a service offered to those seeking to purchase a franchise or business using their retirement funds.
To receive a complete Business and Franchising Funding Plan information package, fill in the request form below.
Please note that American IRA and 401(k) Retirement Plan is not accepting inquiries from outside the United States.
American IRA and 401(k) is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Washington, Vermont, Virginia, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Dakota, South Carolina, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, New York, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Dakota, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, Minnesota, Michigan, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Indiana, Illinois, Idaho, Iowa, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Colorado, California, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama.
Interested parties should have at least $40,000 in liquid capital to invest.Request Information