Morning Money Show
Morning Money Show
Jan 22, 2016
Real Estate Investing And A Self-Directed IRA
Play • 14 min
Mike Gazzola has funded his retirement tax free, using a self-directed IRA. This approach may not be for everyone and he highly recommends that you consult your accountant, attorney and investment advisor. However, if you determine that it is for you, amazing returns are possible using this device that is available under the Tax Code. Simply stated, you roll over your traditional IRA or old 401k-without penalty into a self-directed IRA. Then when you're ready to buy a piece of property for your retirement account, you notify the custodian of your new IRA. The custodian writes a check to the owner of the property and presto-your IRA now owns the property. When you go to sell the property, the process is the reverse, the buyer now makes payment directly to your IRA custodian and all profits go back into your IRA. If you're receiving monthly rental payments, they also go right back into your IRA allowing you to make even more investments. This strategy might not be for everyone and there are pitfalls that you must become aware of, but if you decide it's for you, the rewards can be enormous. 

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