I am able to effectively and reliably answer questions that are related to self-directed IRAs, funding a business with an IRA or 401k and business exit strategies. I cannot answer questions that are considered to be direct investment advice or speculation on return on investment. I will not and cannot answer questions that are related to securities. I will not and cannot answer questions that require specific legal advice.
My overall expertise, media information and experience can be viewed on my personal page www.danielcordoba.com I have been in the self-directed IRA advisory business since 2000; which is an eternity for our industry. I have been quoted, featured or referenced to by many of the major media such as ABC World news, Kiplingers, Forbes, Wall Street Journal and many other media outlets.
Author: From Wall Street To Main Street, Your Guide to Self-Directed Investing ISBN 978-0-615-22308-7 Author: From Wall Street to Main Street, How to Determine the Self-Directed IRA or Self-Directed 401k(k)Plan that Fits Your Needs ISBN 978-0-557-17478-2
BA Business Management, University of Phoenix 1985
2009, FIVE STAR Wealth Manager Client Satisfaction, Crescendo Business Services/Texas Monthly Magazine 2009, 2010 Best of Local Business Award, US Local Business Association
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