is Now Silverstone

July 31, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
Retirement account provider has been acquired by Silverstone. Silverstone, an IRA and 401(k) provider will use the domain and content to help further the expansion of its products and services.

Silverstone specializes in retirement accounts for small business owners and individuals looking for ways to invest in alternative assets. Recent market fluctuations and unpredictability have caused a massive flock toward alternative IRA investment strategies, especially those that can be directly controlled by the retirement account manager. Silverstone and its partners has helped numerous individuals and families tap into the true potential of their retirement funds, giving them the ability to invest more broadly. This approach helps to assuage fears and diversify client risk.

Today's volatile stock market makes it difficult to find and pick the right investments, especially when they are not under the control of the fund owner. Standard 401(k) and IRA funds restrict the owner from fully managing the account's funds. Silverstone helps to unlock the power of one's retirement funds by giving checkbook control to the funds.

The Silverstone retirement account allows for investment in things like precious metal bullion, real estate, distressed companies and other types of privately-held businesses. With more options, it means IRA owners can take advantage of opportunities as they arise by simply writing a check from retirement funds.

About Silverstone

Silverstone is a Seattle-based company specializing in retirement account structuring and investing. The company has helped to rollover hundreds of IRAs and 401(k) accounts, giving individuals and business owners the ability to invest previously restricted retirement funds in alternative investments without a tax penalty.

Silverstone works to set up the retirement accounts, including IRAs and 401(k)s for business owners and individuals. In addition, Silverstone consults account owners on the benefits and issues inherent in managing one's own retirement funds, including increase in flexibility, but also fraud.