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Advantages of a Self-Directed IRA

If you are looking to save money for your golden years, it is likely that you have heard of an individual retirement account (IRA). These accounts allow you to invest your pre- or post-tax dollars…

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Investing in Domestic and Foreign Real Estate with Your IRA Business Trust

Most people know that an individual retirement account (IRA) allow plan owners to invest in mutual funds, stocks and bonds. An IRA can certainly grow your contributions and create a nice nest egg for your…

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Can I Use Substantial Equal Periodic Payments from an IRA to Escape the Early Distribution Tax

In an ideal world, when you open an individual retirement account (IRA), you will not need to start making withdrawals before the age of 59 ½. However, life does not always go according to plan…

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How to Strategically Contribute to an Inherited IRA or IRA Business Trust

We all make contributions to our individual retirement accounts (IRAs) with the intention of using those funds once we reach the age of 59 ½. However, life does not always go according to plan. When…

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What Type of IRA Business Trust Investment Transactions May Trigger the UBTI Tax?

If you are planning for your future, designating funds for your retirement is a great step. Most people have heard of a 401(k) or individual retirement account (IRA). These plans allow owners to invest in…

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The Self-Directed IRA Plan Asset Rules

When you open an individual retirement account (IRA), you do so as a way of saving for your golden years. An IRA allows you to invest in mutual funds, stocks and bonds. However, a self-directed…

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A Few Exceptions to the Early IRA Withdrawal Penalty.

An individual retirement account (IRA) is set up to assist you with saving money for your golden years. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) permits you to begin making withdrawals from your account at the age…

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Calculating Tax on UDFI from IRA Investments

Your individual retirement account (IRA) is typically considered to be tax-exempt. However, when your IRA borrows money in a non-recourse loan, the owner must file the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 990-T and a Schedule…

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Beneficiary Options for an Inherited IRA

When you open an individual retirement account, also known as an IRA,…

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Does the Manager of an IRA LLC Need a Real Estate License?

No. Blog over. Just kidding, but the answer is correct. The logic behind this is fairly straightforward, but there are…

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How to Take Distributions From Your Self-Directed IRA

There are going to be times when you’re required to take a distribution from your self-directed IRA. Whether the IRA was inherited or you’ve reached the maximum age, the IRS mandates that distributions be taken…

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Self-Directed IRA IRS Rules

For those who are researching the legalities of using their self-directed IRA for different kinds of investments, you’ll be happy to know that there aren’t very many prohibited forms of investment. On the other hand,…

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Estate Planning Opportunities With a Self-Directed Roth IRA LLC

Roth IRAs, while primarily used for the purposes of retirement, can also be useful for estate planning. The main difference between a Roth IRA and a traditional IRA is that distributions from a Roth account…

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Self-Directed IRA Maximum Contributions

As of 2018, the maximum contribution for a self-directed IRA remains $5,500…

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Investment Options for Your Self-Directed IRA

One of the best things about rolling over your retirement assets into…

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Using a Self-Directed Roth IRA LLC to Purchase Real Estate

An individual retirement account (IRA) is a well-known and popular means of saving for your golden years. A lesser-known option, called a self-directed IRA (SDIRA) is another option. While an IRA permits account owners to…

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Choosing the Right Self-Directed IRA Custodian

There are many firms available today to help you establish and manage…

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Self-Directed IRA for Tax Liens/Deeds

One of the most underutilized ways in which to invest using your self-directed IRA is to purchase tax liens and deeds. Any assets purchased with your IRA are, as always, tax-deferred. As more people come…

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How to Use a Business Trust With a Self-Directed IRA

An individual retirement account, or IRA, is a vital way to save…

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The SEP Self-Directed IRA LLC Solution

There are my kinds of retirement plans available today. An individual retirement account (IRA) is one of the most well known. A self-directed IRA (SDIRA) may not be as well known, however, it allows for…

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Advantages of Using a Self-Directed IRA to Purchase Real Estate

Self-directed IRAs avail investors to a number of great investment choices. One of those happens to be real estate. Since the passing of ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) in 1974, anyone with the capital…

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What is a Stretch IRA?

An IRA rollover is the transfer of funds from one account into an IRA. A Rollover IRA is a retirement account capable of accepting those funds. The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) permits a…

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Investing in Foreign Currency With a Self-Directed IRA

Most employers offer their employees retirement accounts. An individual retirement account (IRA) is one of the most popular choices. These accounts allow owners to invest in bonds, stocks and mutual funds. A self-directed IRA (SDIRA),…

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What are the Perks of a Self-Directed Roth IRA?

Self-directed IRAs are a specialized kind of IRA that allows investors to broaden the scope of their investments. For example, traditional IRAs are generally limited to stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. Self-directed IRAs, so long…

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