Real estate IRAs are popular with people who want diversity and leverage against potential losses in the stock market. You can choose your own assets including commercial and residential property, raw land, as well as tax liens and deeds.
Scott is an attorney and a graduate of the University of Florida Law School. Scott started his career with Advanta IRA in 2006. His experience with various investment types and their unique processes makes him an invaluable asset. Scott holds the designation of Certified IRA Services Professional (CISP) and leads engaging seminars and webinars that educate the public on the intricacies of self-directed IRAs.
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Real estate crowdfunding investments in IRAs provide a way to passively invest in real estate and still reap the potential returns real estate can offer. Crowdfund investors bypass the hassle of having to personally work on renovations, maintenance issues, or deal with tenants. This hands-off approach is … Read More
You may already know that real estate is a popular asset in self-directed retirement plans. But alternative investments to the stock market include much more than real estate. This asset class offers many possibilities beyond Wall Street stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. This article provides a deeper … Read More
If you want more control over your retirement funds and investing decisions, a checkbook control IRA is the account for you. Also known as a checkbook IRA or a checkbook IRA LLC, these entities make investing quick and easy because you can write checks directly from your … Read More
Many self-employed individuals use solo 401(k) plans to save for retirement. This plan offers higher contribution limits, which can lead to huge tax-deferred savings and earning potential. And, when you self-direct the plan, you get the additional bonus of investing in alternative assets to build the retirement … Read More
Do you understand the difference between self-directed IRAs vs. traditional IRAs? Each plan is governed by the same IRS rules and enjoys tax-advantaged earning. A self-directed IRA is a traditional IRA, but it’s more powerful than the conventional traditional IRA. Self-directed IRAs give plan owners control over … Read More
If you are raising capital for a multifamily syndication or any other investment opportunity—take 2 minutes to read this article. You need to understand how self-directed IRAs present a unique and innovative funding resource for capital raisers. A growing number of people use self-directed retirement plans to … Read More
Gold in IRAs presents a tangible asset that many consider able to stand the test of time—and the peaks and valleys of the volatile stock market. But gold isn’t the only precious metal that can add diversity in your portfolio. Silver, platinum, and palladium are permissible in … Read More
Several weeks ago, the IRS extended our personal income tax filing deadline from April 15 to May 17, 2021. Because a few other deadlines are synonymous with the date to file personal taxes, we have been waiting for confirmation that these additional deadlines would be extended, as … Read More
The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent safer-at-home mandates put quite a dent in the 2020 travel industry. If you or your self-directed IRA own vacation rental investments, chances are, the returns on those assets suffered, too. As we settle into 2021 and as more Americans get vaccinated, many … Read More