Reins Financial Group

Our objectives for investors:   

Our objectives for investors are as follows:
First, we look to put investors in a position to make the investments they wish to make with their retirement dollars, whether they are traditional stocks, bonds or mutual funds or alternative assets such as real estate, limited partnerships, commodities, hedge funds and the like. 
Second, we place investors in a position to move with speed and efficiency, so that they can react, evaluate and invest in the same timeframe with retirement account dollars as with their other assets.
Third, we seek to remove the oftentimes excessive costs imposed by a custodian for holding retirement funds—these can range from several hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars annually depending upon the value, number and kinds of assets, and number of transactions implemented in the account. 
Fourth, we ensure that the vehicle that we have put into place has been created in conformity with IRS and Department of Labor guidelines; that the investor has been properly educated so as to invest with confidence and to avoid early distribution taxes or prohibited transaction penalties; and that we are available as a resource to respond to questions and clarify issuesOur objectives for investors are as follows:
  • First, make the investments you wish to make with your retirement dollars, 
    • Traditional stocks, bonds or mutual funds;
    • Alternative assets, real estate, limited partnerships;
    • Commodities, hedge funds and the like.
  • Second, move with speed and efficiency,
    • React, evaluate, and invest 
    • Within the same timeframe as with non-retirement assets.
  • Third, remove excessive custodian costs 
    • Ranging from several hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars annually.
  • Fourth, created in conformity with IRS and Department of Labor guidelines; 
    • Invst with confidence;
    • Avoid early distribution taxes or penalties;
    • Serve as a resource to our clients.
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