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With investors looking to alternative assets for outsized returns and portfolio diversification—and more than $10 trillion locked in IRAs in the US—there’s never been a better time to raise capital with retirement funds.
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We built our platform to make the historically cumbersome process of raising IRA capital easy. There’s no need to book a call, and no waiting for your offering to go live. Plus, if you ever need help, our world-class customer service has you covered.
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Alto replaces what was a people- and paper-intensive process with an end-to-end solution that takes just minutes to complete.
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Alto is a self-directed IRA custodian that enables individuals to invest in alternative assets through a variety of partnerships and Alto’s capital raise platform, which allows issuers to bring individual offerings to the table.
By accepting IRA capital, you’re allowing your investors to tap into what could be their largest source of investable assets: their retirement funds. That means potentially closing your raise sooner. And by leveraging IRA capital, your investors are able to take advantage of the tax advantages afforded to traditional, Roth, and SEP IRA accounts. The type of deal and amount of investors that may access an offering is decided upon by the issuing company.
There’s no cost to raising private capital using Alto. We don’t charge a placement fee, and we don’t take a cut of your raise, so you get every IRA dollar you accept.
Not at all! For too long, investing in alternative assets using a self-directed IRA has been an expensive and laborious process. That goes against everything we stand for. At Alto, we’re on a mission to make alternatives accessible for all, and that starts with pricing that is fair. It’s also why we offer two pricing plans.
Individuals looking to invest in deals they source or that issuers invite them to through their Alto IRA will need to choose our Pro plan, which carries a low account fee of $25/month (or $250/year). Additionally, they’ll pay a $75 investment fee on every private investment they make. And that’s it!
Alto supports non-accredited investors as well as accredited investors. Anyone can create an Alto IRA account, though some offerings are open only to accredited investors. This determination is entirely up to the company issuing the offering.
The number of investors allowed to participate in an offering is dependent on the rules and regulations of the Securities Act of 1933. For example, offerings under Rule 506(b) of Regulation D can have an unlimited number of accredited investors, and up to 35 non-accredited purchasers.
You’ll likely find that most questions you have are answered on our Issuer Support page; however, if you have a question we didn’t answer, you can contact us here.
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*Alto does not represent, warrant, or otherwise guarantee the success of an offering on its platform. Issuers are solely responsible for engaging investors and raising capital for offerings uploaded to the Alto platform. Alto will not recommend or otherwise market an offering to its clients.