Forefront has made it their mission to make our investor's the priority. We believe that everyone deserves a new way to invest, with a company that put's the investor at the forefront.

 
  • Forefront Income Trust is a closed end interval fund (BFITX)

  • We do not make any money until you make the first 8% of net investment income.*

  • Unlike most Wall St firms, we do not charge a management fee.

  • As an interval fund, the fund is required to make quarterly repurchase offers to provide potential liquidity to investors

  • Our investments are designed to be non-correlated to the stock market

  • We view our investors as the priority, which is why you will always make money before we do.*

  • The minimum initial investment is $1,000

(There is no guarantee you will make money since investments are subject to risk to the possible loss of the entire principal amount invested.)

We understand that you’ve worked hard for your money, that you’ve sacrificed for yourselves and your family. We want to help guide your investments, and our goal is to create a structure that you’re going to be able to understand, and that will be non-correlated to the market. See what we do, I think you’ll be very pleased.
— Cole Reifler, Founder and President
 

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*The Trust will not pay the Advisor a management fee. Instead, the Trust will pay the Advisor an advisory fee that compensates the Advisor after shareholder receive the first 8.00% of annual Pre-Advisory Fee Net Investment Income (the "Hurdle"). The Advisor will receive no compensation until after the Hurdle is passed. For Pre-Advisory Fee Net Investment Income above 8.00% and up to including 18.00% the Advisory Fee will provide the Advisor with 80% of such income, while shareholder receive 20%. For Pre-Advisory Fee Net Investment Income above 18.00%, the Advisory Fee will provide the Advisor with 20% of such income, while shareholder receive 80%. The Advisory Fee presents certain risks that are not present in the case of investment companies that do not pay such a fee.