This week on the Alternative Investing Advantage podcast, Alex Perny welcomes tax attorney John Hyre for a discussion on navigating checkbook control IRAs and various aspects of tax law. John has been practicing law for 27 years, starting with corporate work before transitioning to the real estate market.
During this podcast, John discusses various tax law case studies, the potential risks associated with investing, and the importance of asset protection in LLCs. Additionally, he covers the pros and cons of investing in precious metals.
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About Our Guest John Hyre
John Hyre is an attorney, accountant, and investor. For the last 17 years, John has run both an accounting practice and a tax law practice. He works extensively with small businesses, real estate investors of all sizes, note investors, and self-directed retirement accounts. John has prepared thousands of tax returns and helped thousands of clients with tax planning and tax reduction. He has fought the IRS in audits and court and assisted clients in fighting the IRS collection of taxes owed. John has also invested in mobile home parks, low-income rentals, and a few flips. He’s written three home study courses and numerous articles and is a frequent speaker on the taxation of real estate and IRAs.
About Our Host Alex Perny, CISP
Alex Perny is a business development specialist and host of Advanta IRA’s podcast, the Alternative Investment Advantage. He is a self-described policy geek who loves learning the rules and technical aspects of SDIRAs, employer plans, and IRS regulations.
For more than a decade, Alex has helped thousands invest in alternative assets. These include precious metals, real estate, private stock, notes, and countless others. Additionally, he has spoken to investors across the country about using retirement plans to invest outside the stock market. Alex believes so strongly in self-direction that he invests his own IRA and HSA in real estate and private equity.