Self Directed ROTH IRA
Self-Directed Roth IRA LLC
A self-directed Roth IRA provides you with broader investment opportunities and enables you to take advantage of investments without having to pay custodial fees or encounter other time-consuming processes.
A self-directed Roth IRA has a number of investment and tax benefits and incentives for the IRA holder. With a self-directed Roth IRA you’re free to invest private and public companies, real estate properties, tax liens, private loans, financial paper, and even franchises. Moreover, your investment returns will occur in a tax-free environment. Apart from enabling a tax-free investment strategy for your portfolio, another important benefit that the self-directed Roth IRA provides is that it can eliminate the fees that are traditionally required of account holders. These fees include transaction, asset-based and holding fees, which you can be exempt from with a self-directed Roth IRA. In short, your IRA LLC can be less expensive to manage than a traditional retirement account. In addition, you can take advantage of the purchasing power that comes with a self-directed Roth IRA by simply writing a check to invest in the opportunities you see fit, without ever having to pay a income or capital gains tax or have a taxable distribution.
A self-directed Roth IRA, which is nearly synonymous to the Self-Directed IRA, provides the IRA holder with a number of investment and tax benefits, including:
- The ability to purchase and invest in both domestic and international private mortgages, real estate, gold and stocks, mutual funds and bonds, using the one self-directed Roth IRA under the same plan.
- Personal loan and note writing ability, making purchases of real estate foreclosures as well as tax liens easy and stress-free.
- The chance to purchase and sell properties, including domestic, international, residential, rental and commercial properties, as self-directed Roth IRA investments. Freely take advantage of the profits from these investment properties tax free.
- Purchase a retirement property at today’s rates, lease it out privately, and then occupy your retirement home property at the time you take the IRA distribution.
While there are a number of limitations for investing your self directed Roth IRA, the opportunities for unparalleled growth with such accounts can be wildly enormous. To find out more about setting up your own self-directed Roth IRA LLC, please give us a call.