Winning Back-Office Strategies to Boost Your Business Agility
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Most IRA owners invest their funds in traditional assets, such as stocks, bonds and mutual funds. But some intrepid investors have enjoyed impressive, tax-deferred returns — or even tax-free returns in the case of a Roth IRA — by using their IRAs to hold rental real estate, business interests or other alternative assets.
Despite the appeal of earning higher returns in a tax-advantaged account, alternative-asset IRAs contain a minefield of tax traps that can quickly wipe out the potential benefits. For example:
If you’re contemplating an alternative-asset IRA, contact Doeren Mayhew’s Michigan CPAs, Houston CPAs or Ft. Lauderdale CPAs to find out what it means for your tax liability.
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