IMS INCOME and IRAs

Contributory IRA Accounts

Contributory IRA accounts are available to all qualified investors. The minimum initial investment is $10,000 plus the establishment of an automatic monthly contribution.

The Suitability Guideline allows for the growth investments to decrease and the IMS Income investment to increase as the investor progresses to retirement.

Suitability Guideline A risk-control guideline for IRA investors

Your are between

25 and 35

Mutual Funds 100%
IMS Income
0%

Management Fee: 0.4%

Your are between

35 and 45

Mutual Funds 80%
IMS Income 20%

Management Fee: 0.6%

Your are between

45 and 55

Mutual Funds 60%
IMS Income 40%

Management Fee: 0.7%

You are between

55 and 65

Mutual Funds 40%
IMS Income 60%

Management Fee: 0.8%

Your are between

65 and 75

Mutual Funds 20%
IMS Income 80%

Management Fee: 1.0%

Your are over age 75

Mutual Funds 0%
IMS Income 100%

Management Fee: 1.2%

IRA Account Diversification

Five-Funds Growth Program

IMS selects five no-load growth mutual funds that, together, are expected to perform close to that of the S&P 500 Stock Market Index over multiple market cycles.  The five mutual funds in the portfolio are selected from among over 6,000 mutual funds and correlated to match the following funds and objectives:

 15%  The Fidelity OTC Fund

 40%  The S&P 500 Stock Average.

 15%  Mid-Cap Growth Objective

 15%  Dividend Growth Objective

 15%  The Fidelity Puritan Fund

100%

IMS Income

IRA investors are encouraged to follow the Suitability Guidelines to reduce risk as retirement approaches by increasing the portion invested in IMS Income. 

The management fee associated with the 5 mutual funds is 0.4% per year, and the management fee associated with IMS Income is 1.2% per year

Suitability Guidelines

Four Funds Age IMS Income
100% 25-35 0%
80% 35-45 20%
60% 45-55 40%
40% 55-65 60%
20% 65-75 80%
0% 75+ 100%

Grow your wealth to strengthen your family and realize your financial goals.

The Benefits of a Contributory IRA

Building IRA assets is an effective wealth management tool.

IRA tax deductions and tax deferrals help build financial security.

Employment retirement assets (401-K, 402-B, etc.) can eventually be consolidated into your contributory IRA.

Monthly contributions take advantage of bear markets through dollar-cost-averaging.