If you are one of the thousands of Americans feeling the burn as your 401(k)s plan struggles to overcome the 22% tumble from last year, it's not too late to repair the damage.
While the majority of us felt the impact, retirement savers that were also actively investing in alternative assets, like real estate, were better prepared. Alternative investments that continued to perform, prevented their savings progress from being completely derailed.
On April 4th, 2023, at 3:00PM, Pillars of Finance will host its inaugural virtual event featuring industry expert speakers from Ignite Funding. Investors across the U.S. will learn how to add above the average 5% to 6% S&P 500 returns with passive real estate investments into their retirement account to reap the benefits of tax-deferred or tax-free growth.
Ignite Funding investors have had a vital hand in fueling the growth of the Vegas community.
Since 2011, Ignite Funding has provided investors the opportunity to act in the capacity of a bank, lending on real estate development projects. To date, Ignite Funding has funded over $1.4 Billion in real estate development projects with capital raised from private investors.
Retirement savers that are ready to mitigate the risk of future stock market derailments, grow their retirement savings, and invest in the growth of their communities should consider attending.
To learn more about the event and register, visit the website at https://www.pillarsoffinance.com/.
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