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Frequently Asked Questions: LLCs and Self-Directed IRAs

by IRAR Trust Company on (April 27, 2016)

A Limited Liability Company, or LLC, is a distinct legal entity. LLC owners, known as members,
have “limited liability” meaning they receive liability protection, which is similar to a corporation. Creating an IRA LLC is one strategy IRA investors have used to purchase real estate. This gives you
checkbook control a term used when an IRA holder has complete signing authority over his or her retirement funds.

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Topics: Private Placements/LLCs, Self Directed IRA Rules

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