EP 304 – Checkbook IRAs with Quest IRA – Money Mondays

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NCS 304 | Checkbook IRA

  Most Americans are investing that in the stock market, in annuities, CDs, bonds, those sorts of things, and relatively new investors might be tempted to say, “I want to buy a note,” or, “I want to buy a house with my IRA that I’ve found.” In order to do that, your IRA funds have to be sent out towards the purchase of that. What then becomes necessary is for a company like Quest IRA … Read More

EP 295 – Health Savings Accounts with Anne Marie Hollonds from Quest IRA

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NCS 295 | Health Savings Accounts

  In May 2017, the Federal Reserve published that 44% of Americans would not be able to pay a $400 unexpected medical bill. Anne Marie Hollands from Quest IRA talks about the basics of Health Savings Accounts and how you can take advantage of it for unexpected medical expenses. Anne Marie explains basically the HSA works as a plan where you can pay for your medical expenses tax-free. In order to qualify for it, you … Read More

EP 275 – Educational Savings Accounts on Money Mondays With Quest IRA

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NCS 275 | Quest IRA

When it comes to your grandchildren’s future education, it is never too early to plan ahead. With Quest IRA, grandparents can be listed as limited power of attorneys for the accounts, actually do the investments, and set it up for their grandkids. It’s an ingenious solution – and Ingrid Chavez and Anne Marie Hollands convey their company’s vision brilliantly. Quest IRA administers IRAs for the purpose of investing in “alternative” investments, including real estate, notes, … Read More

EP NC 05 – Taking Control of Your Retirement with Nathan Long from Quest IRA Inc

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NC 05 | Control Your Retirement

Real Estate is the largest section of the economy, which is why it is best to have some assets tied to it in your portfolio. Quest IRA CEO Nathan Long has been helping companies grow with self-direction through diversification, tax savings and being able to make investments on things that you know best. Nathan explains that self-directed IRAs only difference with traditional IRAs is that you control your retirement account. Listen to the podcast here: … Read More

EP 265 – Self-Directed IRA Bootcamp with Nate Hare of Quest IRA

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NCS 265 | Self-Directed IRA Bootcamp

Quest IRA has always been holding weekly classes on IRA investing that can help you go from point A to Z really fast. This April, all these crash courses will be in a one-day self-directed IRA bootcamp. Nate Hare, Quest IRA Executive VP, explains that the event will teach different creative strategies that most people don’t know are available. Even if you haven’t heard about self-directed IRAs, Nate shares that it is going to be … Read More

EP NNA 5 – Three Big Things To Boost Your Business

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NCS NNA 5 | Three Big Things

The best thing about attending events, other than getting off the chair and out of the office, is meeting people and getting new ideas. There are always lessons to be learned from the people that you meet at events. It’s best to dial your list down to three big doable things that will change the way you run your business. One of those big things is to have an up and a down funnel for … Read More

EP 248 – Learn The Secrets to Million Dollar Savings Using Self-Directed IRA Accounts with Anne Marie Hollonds

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  Anne Marie Hollonds of Quest IRA discusses how you can put your money into work by opening self-directed IRA accounts either in real estate, private lending, or other investment vehicles. Anne Marie also shares their upcoming events and what they’re doing with education to help clients engage and build their financial goals. They regularly do free classes about notes, commercial deals, flipping, and other areas that people are interested which they share through Zoom … Read More

EP 222 – Our Goals For 2018: Bigger Things Come From Long Term Goals

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NCS 222 | Long Term Goals

Buying notes has an appeal to most people because it gives them a chance to get a touch of the real estate business. Scott Carson understands this very well so his goal for 2018 is to help 10,000 note investors in five years through virtual workshops and live events. One way to do this is through Banking Blitzkrieg where investors will make phone calls and shout outs to asset managers as well as reaching out … Read More

EP 197 – Selling and Buying Reperformers

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NCS 197 | Reperformers

One key factor to sell reperformers is to understand that it is still a note which is often based on its yield. Never sell something that you wouldn’t buy yourself. Find out how people looking to make an above-average return can help in selling your note. Learn how seasoning can add value to your paper. Listen to the podcast here: Selling and Buying Reperformers It is good to be back in Austin after being out … Read More

EP 190 – Embrace the Suck

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NCS 190 | Embrace the Suck

On this episode of the Note Closers Show Podcast, Scott discusses the fact that once you embrace the suck, embrace that you are going to suck at things at first, then you are ready to achieve success. Listen to the podcast here: Embrace the Suck One of the biggest things that Monday happens is it’s the start of the week. Sometimes it’s the start of the month. Sometimes it’s the start of the quarter. Sometimes … Read More

EP 188 – Note Camp Numbers

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NCS 188 | Note CAMP

On this episode, Scott breaks down the numbers from Note C.A.MP. 4.0. Listen to the podcast here: Note Camp Numbers One of the biggest things that we always love doing besides bringing 30 plus together and hundreds on note investors is literally find out what’s making these investors tick. What is their biggest need? What is their biggest goal? What are their strengths and weaknesses? Where are they learning from? Do they have an IRA? … Read More