Attention small business owners, you can get a tax deduction of up to
$56,000 for investing in real estate, gold, cryptocurrencies, private
lending, startups, and more. Can you really do that? Yes, you
can. With a Solo 401k account. A Solo 401k account enables small business
owners to invest their earnings in exciting investments and get
a tax deduction for doing so. Contribute up to $56,000 of your 2019
self-employment earnings and get an equal tax deduction on your 2019 tax return. You can make the contributions up
until April 15th but you must open your account before December 31st to do
so. Click the button to learn more., speak to an expert or simply open
your Solo 401k account today. Once you make your contribution, you’re in control of the money
with a Solo 401k checkbook, this empowers you to invest in
anything allowed by the IRS. Want to buy a rental property? You can.
Want to buy physical, gold, and silver? You can! Want to invest in an
apartment syndication? You can! Want to lend money on your terms? You
can! Want a chance to beat the market? You can! Want to invest in Bitcoin
and other cryptocurrencies? You can! Want to invest in startups? You can! Want to hedge against the next market
crash with alternative investments? You can! With the Solo 401k,
you can do all of this and more. It’s made for small business
owners, freelancers, independent contractors and entrepreneurs.
You work hard for your money, so your money should
work hard for you too. Be the CEO of your money with your
very own Solo 401k. What’s more… Spouses can participate too! Your spouse can get his or her own tax
deduction of up to $56,000 for investing in real estate, gold, cryptocurrencies, and other alternative investments to
you and your spouse can even roll over existing IRA or 401(k) funds into your
new Solo 401k account and invest those dollars into real estate,
gold, cryptocurrencies,
private lending startups, and more as if that wasn’t enough. You can even use your new Solo 401k
account to instantly borrow up to $50,000 and your spouse can to use these funds
to grow your business, pay off debt, upgrade business equipment, launch new
marketing campaigns, or for any reason. Then the loan repayment and the interest
goes back into your Solo 401k account instead of to a bank. What are you waiting
for? Click the button to learn more. Speak to an expert or simply open
your solo 401k account today.