In an effort to provide small businesses with startup capital they need to grow, Business Finance Network introduces the Self-Directed IRA LLC program. This program will allow entrepreneurs to get control of their retirement funds to start their business debt-free and therefore, reach profitability faster. There are no loans, no banks and no credit involved.
"The control over your retirement account assets allows you to create personal long-term wealth and retire comfortably with tax deferred profits" remarks Joel Benton, Founding Member for Business Finance Network. The Self-Directed IRA LLC program allows entrepreneurs the freedom to invest their own money, without tax or early withdrawal penalties, in new and proven investments. Some common uses have been for real estate investments or to meet the working capital needs of a small business, franchise or even a startup. "Difficulties in obtaining your startup funding can often stall your company before you have a chance to begin" says Joel Benton. "With this program you do not risk being turned down for a loan. You are using your own funds, therefore you won't need a loan or pay a dime in interest."
Joel emphasizes "Included in this program is a five year management consultation so expert advice is only a phone call away. This includes tax planning, legal structure and exit strategy advice."
Business Finance Network delivers small business coaching and consulting services and helps entrepreneurs and small business owners with a select combination of financial and marketing resources. Grow your businesses faster and with greater confidence by mastering a proven and tested process that helps immediately generate more leads, convert those leads into paying customers, and dramatically increase revenue and profits, even in this slow recovering economy. Let us help you pursue your dream with our industry tailored financial and marketing solutions.
To learn more about Business Finance Network's Self-Directed IRA LLC program, or for a free, no-obligation analysis of your business needs, visit The Business Finance Network website: http://www.businessfinancenetwork.net.
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