YES! You can buy a business or franchise utilizing your 401(k) or other retirement funds—with NO penalties, interest, debt, or upfront taxes.
At Benetrends we are singularly focused on helping individuals like you start and succeed in business.
It all began over 30 years ago when we were the first to introduce our innovative Rainmaker Plan®, also known as a 401(k)/ROBS (Rollovers as Business Startups) business funding plan.
The Rainmaker Plan is a safe, secure and proven plan based on the same Internal Revenue Code techniques and provisions used by large pension funds.
The Rainmaker Plan is designed specifically to help you:
- Minimize debt
- Enhance cash flow
- Stimulate business growth
- Build equity
- Take full advantage of tax benefits
The benefits are powerful, yet easy to understand:
- You invest your retirement funds in your business—without taxes or penalties
- You use a safe, proven plan based on long-standing provisions of the IRS
- You use pre-tax dollars to fund your business
- You gain business equity and an improved cash flow position from the start
- You can use the funds to receive a salary during startup
- You accelerate business profitability by eliminating or reducing interest and debt
- You secure funding fast—typically in two to three weeks or less
- You can set aside tax-deductible retirement savings up to $200,000 per year
- You optimize business equity and value
Are you ready to talk about securing funding for your own business?
Fill out the form below to receive a free, no obligation consultation with a lending expert.
Did you know?
We have one of the most successful
SBA Loan departments in the industry:
secured in SBA loan approvals
for our clients
97% loan approval rating
Watch our video to learn more about our Rainmaker Plan®
"Benetrends made it possible for me to purchase my franchise unit using otherwise inaccessible (without a hefty penalty) retirement funds. My life is changed because of it. And they're also handling the complexities of being a corporation! Priceless!"
— Eric G., Goldman Sachs