Submit Your Self-Directed IRA Story for a Chance at an Annual Fee-Free IRA for Life*
Entries in the Self-Directed Investor of the Year Contest Accepted until December 21, 2017
Equity Trust is seeking the most amazing self-directed investment of the year! There are many remarkable self-directed IRA investments happening in today’s market; we'd like to hear about yours as we look to select the Equity Trust Self-Directed Investor of the Year!
Have you generated growth in your IRA? Are you creatively partnering IRAs to make an investment, or have you found a unique investment that you think would astonish your fellow investors? We’d love to hear about it.
This is your opportunity to have your self-directed IRA annual fee waived for your lifetime!*
In addition, four runners-up will receive a copy of our book, Self-Directed IRAs: Building Retirement Wealth through Alternative Investing, and access to the online course, "Self-Directed Investor Academy: Jumpstart to Financial Freedom."
There are so many fascinating investment stories out there, waiting to be shared. Submit yours today! This will only take a few moments to complete by answering three simple questions to tell us about your investment. We may call you discuss your investment with you personally.
3 Easy Steps to Enter:
Step 1: Click the Enter Now button below to submit your entry.
Step 2: Tell us about your investment(s) (initiated or completed in 2017) and why you believe you should be the 2017 Self-Directed Investor of the Year.
Step 3: Submit your entry.
It's that easy. So go ahead - submit your best and most creative investment transaction from 2017. Remember, we must receive all submissions by December 21, 2017.
*Awarded to account holder, with a maximum value of $500 per year for one account.
Equity Trust is a passive custodian and does not provide tax, legal or investment advice. Any information communicated by Equity Trust is for educational purposes only, and should not be construed as tax, legal or investment advice. Whenever making an investment decision, please consult with your tax attorney or financial professional.