Yes, this is permissible but can be a little tricky. IRS rules regarding companies taxed as an S-Corporation are forbidden from having IRAs as owners. Investments into C-Corporations are certainly possible, as well as investments into companies taxed as a partnership. However, if you or a disqualified person for your IRA (your spouse, lineal ascendants and descendants) are involved in the management of that private or start-up company, then there could be other prohibitions as well.

To get more information on investing in private or start-up company, please call us for additional information. You are also encouraged to consult a financial professional (like an accountant or CPA) or see IRS Code 4975.

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