How to Invest in Crowdfunding and Other Alternatives using an IRA or 401K

Most 401K and IRA plans limit investment options to a list of mutual funds, but there is a way to take control so you can diversify into real estate, startups, and much more

We’re so glad you’re here! Join us on the journey to becoming more informed crowdfunding investors.

Once upon a time, only the wealthy had the money and information for alternative investments. Every day, investors with curiosity and intelligence (but not a lot of money) were kept on the sidelines, relegated to stocks, bonds, and banks. But now the same disruptive forces that have lowered costs and opened up information throughout other parts of our economy are transforming investing, helping to shape a healthier and more diverse economy for everyone.

Read more about how investment crowdfunding is democratizing capitalism.

Crowdfunding Investor Education