New Book Reveals Secrets to Building Wealth Tax-Free Legally Using Self-Directed IRAs

Author H. Quincy Long to speak and sign books at upcoming Quest Expo, offering strategies for making the most of retirement accounts—before retirement—and empowering investors to create income and (re)build savings.

HOUSTON, Sept. 8, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Self-Directed IRA Secrets Revealed by H. Quincy Long provides a clear overview of alternative investment strategies that gives investors more control over their investment choices and potentially reduces risk.

Long, a nationally recognized expert in Self-Directed IRAs, wrote Self-Directed IRA Secrets Revealed to make this method of investing understandable and accessible to readers who may not have a legal or financial background. A licensed attorney in the state of Texas, Long has more than 30 years of experience specializing in real estate transactions and investing. In his new book, he explains how Self-Directed IRAs can be used to purchase a wide variety of investments, including real estate, and why that choice can make sense for everyday investors.

“Self-Directed IRAs are a great tool for diversification if you don’t want to risk all your hard-earned money in the stock market. You have complete flexibility in the type and timing of your investments,” Long says. “By taking control of your retirement funds, you can reduce the risk of investing by purchasing something for your retirement that you know and understand. For many Self-Directed IRA owners, what they know best is investing in real estate in some form or another.”

Long will be signing books and sharing insights and strategies for building wealth using Self-Directed IRAs at the upcoming Quest Expo, the nation’s largest alternative investing conference. He and more than 55 industry experts will provide case studies and practical information to educate and equip participants to take control of their financial future. Learn more about the Quest Expo and purchase tickets at The event will be held September 23–25, 2022, at The Westin Galleria in Houston, Texas.

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