Frequently, the choice is made to roll into a self-directed IRA because of the flexibility and vast array of investment choices available. Once in a self-directed IRA, the owner is no longer restricted to the investment choices offered by their employer plan, nor is the participant subject to any potential future restrictions imposed by the new employer plan.
And, a 401(k) to IRA rollover that is done as a self-directed account offers the most flexibility and the only opportunity to diversify your retirement portfolio.
Which type of self-directed retirement plan is right for your 401(k) to IRA rollover? Well, contact Freedom Growth and Let’s Get Started.