Equity Trust Company Hosts Tax-Free Wealth Seminars Across the United States; Seminars Educate Investors on Self-Directed IRA Growth Possibilities
Equity Trust Company is making special appearances across the United States to host Tax-Free Wealth Seminars. A self-directed retirement expert will present the benefits self-directed IRAs can provide investors today and in the future. Equity Trust Company will travel to the following cities: Baltimore/Washington D.C., Dallas/Fort Worth and Houston.
“Government sponsored retirement plans such as IRAs and 401 (k)s allow investors to invest in almost anything, including real estate, not just stocks, bonds and mutual fund,” Kelly says. “These seminars educate clients about self-directed IRAs and the deals investors can complete.”
Equity Trust will host Tax-Free Wealth Seminars in the following cities:
• Baltimore/Washington D.C. (June 3, 2007, Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport)
• Dallas/Fort Worth (Aug. 25, 2007, Hilton Arlington)
• Houston (Aug. 26, 2007, The Westin Galleria)
A self-directed IRA expert will educate investors about the following topics during the seminar:
• Quick turn real estate and note deals tax-free
• Raise millions of dollars hassle-free to fund your deals
• Compound profits tax-free for over 100 years
The Tax-Free Wealth Seminars are $99 per person for registering in advance and cost $199 per person at the door ($249 per couple). For more information, please call Amanda Genther, Equity Trust event planner, at 440-323-5491 x398.
About Equity Trust Company
Equity Trust Company has over 33 years of experience and is a recognized leader in providing custodial services for self-directed IRAs and small business retirement plans. They are a passive custodian that provides investors with the opportunity to use their knowledge to invest in what they know tax-free. They offer an all-inclusive fee schedule, personalized service teams with 800#, 24 hour online account management, quick and accurate investment processing, extended client service hours and online trading through their affiliate Mid-Ohio Securities.