Webinar: Investing In Real Estate Using a Retirement Account

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PENSCO Trust Company

Discover How to Leverage Your IRA Funds
for Real Estate Investing

How can investors take advantage of the hot real estate market?

Join us for this 60-minute webinar and listen to PENSCO Founder and Vice Chairman Tom Anderson, one of the nation’s leading authorities on real estate investments using retirement accounts. He’ll discuss how investors can maximize returns by investing in real estate with capital held in an IRA.


Maximizing Returns: Investing in Real Estate Using a Retirement Account


Thursday, October 3, 2013


5pm PST / 8pm EST

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At this free, interactive webinar, you’ll learn the most effective ways to incorporate real estate assets into a retirement portfolio and still satisfy the rules for holding assets in tax-advantaged accounts.

For more information about how to log in and participate, simply register now. You’ll receive an email confirmation with all the details.

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Tom Anderson

With over 44 years of financial services experience focused on trust services

and retirement accounts, Tom mentors and educates others about the multitude of investment opportunities inherent in self-directed retirement plans and alternative assets.

He takes special interest in understanding the nuances of prohibited transactions with retirement account investments and enjoys helping the boomer generation restore wealth to their retirement portfolios by demonstrating how to think ‘outside the box.’

Considered to be one of the top experts in the self-directed industry and frequently quoted in the national media, Tom is currently the President of the self-directed IRA industry association (RITA).

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PENSCO Trust Company performs the duties of an independent retirement custodian, and, as such, does not provide investment advice, sell investments or offer any tax or legal advice. Potential clients are advised to perform their own due diligence in choosing an attorney, tax advisor or any investment opportunity. Alternative investments are not FDIC insured and are subject to risk, including the loss of principal. This information is for general purposes only and is not intended as an individual recommendation or to be a substitute for specific individualized tax, legal or investment planning advice.