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Monday, December 4, 2017

401K and Retirement Fund Business Financing

Create the Life You Want

Use your retirement funds to finance a business or franchise.

By rolling your existing IRA or 401(k) funds into a new corporation’s 401(k), you can invest in franchise ownership or an entrepreneurial venture without having to take out a loan, and without tax or distribution penalties. As your business grows, do your retirement savings. With as little as $50,000 in retirement funds.

401K and Retirement Fund Business Financing You Can:

 - Utilize funds from retirement accounts like IRAs, 401(k)s, 403(b)s, Keoghs, and SEPs
 - Combine your funds
with those of a business partner or spouse
 - Use in combination with other funding
, or to help you qualify for an SBA or unsecured loan
 - Increase your success rate
by taking money you’d be spending on interest, and investing it back into your business
 - Eliminate your personal liability
by avoiding pledging your home or other assets as loan collateral and potentially jeopardizing your personal credit
 - Maximize tax-deferred benefits
by deferring business profits in a tax-deferred environment
 - Invest in yourself
—after all, you’re a better risk than today’s volatile stock market
 - Own a business in less than a month
.