The self-directed IRA is the IRA that can invest in some crazy stuff.
Of course, those who do this well use the phrase “crazy like a fox” when they achieve good investment returns.
The self-directed IRA can invest in operating businesses, apartments, duplexes, equipment leasing, first and second mortgages, and a variety of other opportunities. Your conventional IRA cannot do this.
To see how the self-directed IRA works with real estate investments, see the article How Self-Directing Your Retirement Plan Can Work to Your Benefit.
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