Vantage IRA

Vantage IRA is a self-directed IRA third party administrator and former franchise of The Entrust Group (Entrust of Arizona). When Entrust ended their franchise program the company went off on its own. According to the company’s brochure, they currently have more than 6,500 clients and over $600 million in assets under custody. If you have personal experience working with Vantage IRA, please make sure to share with the community in the comments section at the bottom of the page (if your comment is negative, please keep it civil and constructive).

Vantage IRA Licensing:

Custodial type: Third Party Administrator
Custodian Partner: First Trust Company of Onaga

Vantage IRA Clients:

Clients: 6,500+
Assets under custody: $600 million+

Client Protections

Better Business Bureau (BBB) Accreditation: Company is accredited by the BBB
BBB file opened: June 05, 2008

To view the complaints brought against Vantage IRA, view the company’s BBB profile.

Vantage IRA Leadership & Staff:

CEO: J.P. Dahdah
Staff size: 20

Vantage IRA Location:

20860 N Tatum Blvd. Suite 240
Phoenix, AZ 85050

Vantage IRA Location


Fee Schedule for Vantage IRA Self-Directed IRAs

The full fee schedule for Vantage IRA self-directed IRAs can be found here.

Other Products Offered By Vantage IRA:

Special Precious Metals self-directed IRA account

Vantage IRA Contact Information

Phone: 866-459-4580
Fax: 480-306-8408

We do our best to ensure that all the information provided above is accurate, however, if you find something is in error, or if you have new information on Vantage IRA which warrants addition to this page, please email us at

5 thoughts on “Vantage IRA

  1. Alberto Carrillo,Sr. says:

    Please get in touch with me, as I would like to request some funds from my IRA. Thank you.

    • Alberto,

      We are not in anyway connected to Vantage IRA. You’ll need to connect with them directly to handle your request. You can find their contact information above.

  2. I am considering rolling my IRA over to Vantage so that I can invest part of my IRA in real estate. I want to sell my house to my IRA, and rent it out and buy a smaller house to live in. Can I do that?


    • You are a disqualified party – so no, you cannot sell a house you own to your IRA account. For more information on disqualified parties, look through the prohibited transactions section of the site.

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