SMALL BUSINESS FUNDING FROM RETIREMENT ACCOUNTS

NOW YOU CAN OBTAIN
FRANCHISE FINANCING FROM
YOUR 401(k) or IRA ACCOUNT AND SAVE 41% IN TAXES AND PENALTIES!

(If you have $100,000 in your retirement plan, that’s $41,000 more cash to fund your new business. No business loans needed.)

With the passage of the ERISA Act, taxpayers are allowed to use retirement funds to purchase stock in their new franchise business without triggering early distribution taxes or penalties.

By adopting a Pension Transfer Trust Plan, your company will have access to an additional 41% of your savings that would normally be paid out in taxes. Since you are actually transferring funds from one investment to another, there is no taxable event, giving you the maximum amount of funds for your franchise financing or small business funding needs.

WE DO ALL OF THE WORK

Our firm provides a package of specific financial components that create this small business funding opportunity. Our clients don't have to search all over the country for the right pension and tax specialists, and pay out exorbitant retainer fees. We have assembled a select group of advisors that provide the expertise required to set up and administer this particular type of pension transfer trust.

Now you can get the personal capital contribution often required by franchisors to purchase a new franchise. And, this franchise financing can be done without taking out a business loan.

Call 800-782-3036 or Click Here to Contact Us with any questions you may have regarding financing your franchise business opportunity.

Franchise financing from your 401k or IRA account - Tax and penalty free!

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