Investing in Music Royalties Using a Self-Directed IRA

Presented by Music Royalties Inc. and Next Generation

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Diversify Your Retirement Portfolio with Unique Alternative Investments

Music royalties are sums paid out to "rights holders" in exchange for the use of their music. Rights holders are typically singers, songwriters, producers, etc., but did you know that you could be one, too? 

This type of alternative investment can be included in a self-directed IRA, which allows for retirement portfolio diversification, better control over investment returns and offers a hedge against stock market volatility.

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • Digital streaming, paid monthly subscriptions and the associated advertising revenues are booming globally
  • Demand for digital content (music, video) has exploded and there are new distribution channels generating new revenue and growth far in excess of the traditional physical word
  • Copyrighted "streaming income or cash flow" is protected for the life of the author plus 70 years including music royalties, film residuals, tv reruns and book royalties
  • Including this type of investment within a tax-advantaged retirement account and how to set one up
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Meet the Speakers

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Brittany Melville
Director, Marketing & Sales
Next Generation


Brittany leads marketing efforts to promote education on self-directed IRAs and oversees the team responsible for helping investors set up their accounts to make alternative investments – which include real estate, private equity, lending and more.


Tim Gallagher

Tim Gallagher
Chairman & CEO
Music Royalties, Inc.

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Tim Gallagher, Chairman & CEO of  Music Royalties Inc. which started acquiring interests in song catalogs in March 2018. The company has since raised over $10 million and owns 27 catalogs of diversified rights from songwriters, producers, managers and sound recordings which include classic 1960s songs from the Rolling Stones, The Who to modern Drake, Justin Bieber and Rihanna.


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