Posts Tagged 'self directed IRA’s'

Speed-Up Retirement Fund Growth Using Self Directed Real Estate IRA’s

Posted on: January 20, 2011

Categories: Buy, Ideas, Investors, Other Articles, Profit

Author: lbuen

With the tremendous earning potential in real estate investing and the velocity of money with which one can rake in earnings doing this business, financial freedom and early retirement could just be on the horizon for many successful real estate investors. If you are one of them, then perhaps, the forecast that Social Security may no longer be able to pay full benefits in the years to come as it is about to run a negative cash flow by the year 2017 is none of your concern. It may not even matter to you if you cannot yet avail of tax-free distributions from your IRA. However, a savvy real estate investor like you can make use of your expertise to accelerate the growth of your IRA. This is through self directed real estate IRA’s.

Self directed IRA’s are a… Read the rest

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How to Flip Properties Using Other people’s 401k or IRA Funds

Posted on: September 15, 2009

Categories: Investors, Reviews

Author: buyfixandprofit

Did you know that you do not have to invest your retirement funds in the stock market?  Real estate prices are at historical lows and there may never be another buying opportunity like this one again.  Lifelong, conservative investor friends of mine that have always believed real estate investing was too risky are now purchasing and rehabbing properties using the money in their 401k’s and IRA’s.

The concept of investing in real estate or other assets in retirement plans has been around for more than 30 years.  These kind of retirement accounts are called self directed IRA’s/401k’s and are governed by the IRS.  There are strict rules that the investor must abide by in order to receive the tax benefits associated with these retirement savings accounts, but they are fairly straight forward.  ALL expenses associated with the purchase, rehab, and… Read the rest

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