IRA-SDIRA information – How to save for retirement.
Central Ohio Real Estate Investment LLC explains the diversification of IRAs using SDIRAs to hedge the gains.
What Is a Self-Directed IRA (SDIRA)?
A self-directed individual retirement account (SDIRA) is a type of individual retirement account (IRA) that can hold a variety of alternative investments normally prohibited from regular IRAs. Although the account is administered by a custodian or trustee, it’s directly managed by the account holder—the reason it’s called “self-directed.”
Click on the links below, and read the articles to get a better understanding of
- how IRA’s and SDIRA’s work – Click Here
- SDIRA 401K – Click Here
- What are the benefits of Self Directed IRA – Click Here
- Can you move an IRA to a self-directed IRA – Click Here
- what can you do with a Self-Directed IRA – Click Here
- which is better SDIRA or Traditional IRA – Click Here
- Do I need a custodian for a self-directed IRA? Click Here
- What are the differences between an IRA Custodians, Administrator, and Promoter? Click Here
- What is Checkbook Control Mean with an IRA Account? Click Here
- Can you lend money from a self-directed IRA? Click here
- Diversifying your investment portfolio-the how to’s? Click Here
- How can you protect your gains in your IRA Account? Click Here