How to Invest in Tax Liens with Your IRA Funds

August 3rd, 2017

It’s a little-known fact that tax liens can be purchased with retirement account funds. By Self-Directing your IRA LLC investments into tax liens, your profits are tax-deferred back into your retirement account. More importantly, if you have full checkbook control over your Self-Directed IRA, the purchases can be made on the spot as fast as […]

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What Can You Invest in with a Self Directed IRA?

October 6th, 2016

A Self-Directed IRA LLC offers one the ability to use his or her retirement funds to make almost any type of investment on their own without requiring the consent of any custodian or person. The IRS only describes the type of investments that are prohibited, which are very few. The following are some examples of […]

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The Self-Directed IRA LLC Advantage

August 1st, 2013

Tax Advantages: With the Self-Directed IRA LLC, you have all the tax advantages of traditional IRAs, as well as tax deferral and tax-free gains. All income and gains generated by your IRA investment will flow back to your IRA tax-free. By using a Self-Directed IRA to make investments, the IRA owner is able to defer […]

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Self-Directed SEP IRA LLC Solution

May 14th, 2012

A SEP is a simplified employee pension plan. Any employer can establish a SEP. An employer can maintain both a SEP and another plan. Annual contributions an employer makes to an employee’s SEP-IRA cannot exceed the lesser off (i) 25% of compensation, or $50,000 for 2012. However, special rules apply when figuring out the maximum […]

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Take Control of your Retirement Funds with a Self Directed IRA with Checkbook Control

September 6th, 2011

Tired of being forced to invest your hard earned retirement funds in the stock market?   Weary of allocating all your retirement funds in the hands of Wall Street?  Then the self directed IRA with checkbook control is your solution. A self directed IRA LLC is a type of IRA that allows the IRA holder (you) […]

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