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Take Charge of Your Future Into Retirement

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Jaime Raskulinecz is the CEO and founder of Next Generation Trust Services in Roseland, New Jersey, which specializes in comprehensive account administration and transaction support services for self-directed retirement accounts. She was inspired to start her own firm in 2004 due to her desire to make real estate investments within her retirement accounts, and being unable to find a company to help her make these transactions. Originally part of a national network of third-party administrators of self-directed retirement plans, she led the company from start-up to over $150 million in holdings in just five years. She decided to break away from the national network to start her own truly independent firm and in 2011 the company emerged as Next Generation Trust Services.

A long-time real estate investor, Jaime is a certified property manager and a licensed real estate broker. She is also the CEO and a principal of Rainbow Property Management, a real estate management firm.

She is a recognized expert in the field of real estate investing within self-directed retirement plans, and has been interviewed frequently by and has contributed articles to prominent real estate and investment publications. She was recognized by Real Estate New Jersey as one of its 50 Women of Influence for 2008 and 2009, by the New Jersey Association of Women Business Owners (NJAWBO) as one of the 30 Most Successful New Jersey Women Business Owners (2008), and by NJBiz as one of New Jersey’s Best 50 Women in Business (2009).  She was honored by the Essex chapter of NJAWBO as its 2011 Business Woman of the Year and in the fall of 2011 by Own It Ventures and New Jersey Monthly magazine as a Leading Woman Entrepreneur of the Year.

Jaime J. Raskulinecz, CPM®, CEO
Next Generation Trust Services

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