6 out of 10 institutional investors feel that digital assets have a place in their portfolio and 36% are already using it.¹
If you purchased $5K of Bitcoin in a $100k portfolio on 3/16/2020 at $4575.36 and then sold it on 3/14/2021 at $61,598.92, you would have $67,315 in the Alt401(k) vs. 43,754.64 in a taxable account. This assumes you used Roth contributions in the Alt401(k) and a tax rate of 35%. This example does not reflect account or transaction fees.
Your first $19,500 every year could be invested tax-free, in your 401(k).