Limited Liability Corporations

Limited Liability Corporations (LLCs)
Invest in an LLC within
a Self-Directed IRA
Setting up a Limited Liability Company (or LLC) can
seperate and protect your personal assets from its assets.
LLC Investment Opportunities
Your IRA may invest in the following types of limited liability company opportunities:
Stocks and Mutual Funds
Stocks & Mutual Funds
Choose from thousands of unique stocks, mutual funds, and ETFs.
Residential Properties
Residential Properties
The most common real estate asset with options like single-family houses and apartments.
Commercial Properties
Commercial Properties
From grocery stores to doctor offices, there are dozens of types of commercial properties.
Precious Metals
Precious Metals
Precious metals like gold and silver can protect your portfolio from inflation and volatility.
Private Company Stocks
Private Company Stocks
Play an important role at a firm while receiving company earnings.
Revolutionary digital assets trusted by companies like Square and JPMorgan Chase.
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Key Benefits & Considerations
A common strategy for Self-Directed IRA investing into an LLC is referred to as "Checkbook Control." Keep in mind, same rules that apply to your IRA will apply to using checkbook control-You cannot write checks for personal reasons.
Many investors have used LLCs as liability protection for the investments held within their IRAs. Consult with your legal advisor to determine if you would benefit from the liability protection of an LLC.
Income generated by the LLC may be subject to unrelated business income tax (UBIT). Since the IRA owns the LLC, an IRA may have to file a tax return if the income it receives is taxable.
In specific states where LLCs are legally considered securities, the people and/or entities wishing to invest in them are required to meet certain state regulations before doing so.
Investors should consult a lawyer or trusted financial professional before making LLC investments with their IRA.
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