Our program is for people who believe in using their IRA, or a portion of it, to help purchase Real Estate to occupy and/or to create income. We focus on people who want safety and flexibility of their IRA account. If you qualify, by implementing our program, we will help you reach your Real Estate goals.
the solution for using your ira to support the purchase of real estate you can occupy
What is Lasaii Benefits?
Lasaii Benefits offers an alternative method for using your IRA funds to help support the purchase of real estate. The key difference between our program and other IRA investment programs is that with the Lasaii Benefits program you can occupy your property. You can apply your SAFE HARBOR®-Directed IRA™ (SHIRA™) to any real estate asset- a primary residence, a second home, a vacation rental, commercial real estate, or another investment property. You can even use it to support existing mortgage payments and property taxes up to the amount allowable by law for the home you occupy now.
Lasaii Benefits program is also not a risky, short-term investment. With the SAFE HARBOR®-Directed IRA™, your retirement funds are invested in a principal protected vehicle, shielding them from any downside of the stock market, with upside potential when the stock market does well.
the power of two
The power of two is a combination of your IRA and Real Estate. One supports the other while the two exist legally as completely separate entities. The power of two investments working in tandem creating many benefits for you and your family.
a better way of using your ira to purchase real estate
The terms, “Check Book IRA LLC,” “Self-Directed IRA,” and “SAFE HARBOR®-Directed IRA™,” are legally no different from any other IRA.
These terms are not technical or legal terms; they are rather descriptive terms that reveal how the IRA is managed. You will not find any of these terms in the IRS tax code, but you will find that the tax code allows you to structure these plans in legal ways.
Differences between the three Ira’s:
Sources: Investment Company Institute, Federal Reserve Board, National Association of Government Defined Contribution Administrators, American Council of Life Insurers, and Internal Revenue Service Statistics of Income Division. See" The U.S. Retirement Market, Fourth Quarter 2010." Other Plans include private sector DB plans; federal, state, and local pension plans; and all fixed and variable annuity reserves at life insurance companies less annuities held by IRAs, 403(b) plans, 457 plans, and private pension funds. Federal pension plans include U.S. Treasury security holdings of the civil service requirement and disability fund, the military retirement fund, the judicial retirement funds, the Railroad Retirement Board, and the foreign service retirement and disability fund. These plans also include securities held in the National Railroad Investment Trust and Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) Thrift Savings Plan (TSP).