What Type of Self Directed IRA Investments are Subject to UBTI?

July 31st, 2017

In general, most passive investments that your Self-Directed IRA LLC might invest in are exempt from UBTI. Some examples of exempt type of income include: interest from loans, dividends, annuities, royalties, most rentals from real estate, and gains/losses from the sale of real estate. When an exempt organization such as an IRA undertakes any development […]

Read More →




What Real Estate Transactions are Subject to the UBTI Tax

October 31st, 2016

It has always been permissible for you to use Solo 401(k) and Self Directed IRA funds to invest in real estate.  One question is what factors do the IRS and Courts use to determine if a real estate transaction is subject to the Unrelated Business Taxable Income rules. In Mauldin v. Comr. 195 F.2d 714 […]

Read More →




Individual 401(k) Transactions that May Trigger UBTI Tax

August 24th, 2016

In general, most passive investments that your Solo 401(k) Plan might invest in are exempt from UBTI. Some examples of exempt type of income include: interest from loans, dividends, annuities, royalties, most rentals from real estate, and gains/losses from the sale of real estate. When an exempt organization such as an 401(k) Plan undertakes any […]

Read More →




Using a Solo 401k Plan, what transactions may trigger the UBTI tax?

August 12th, 2015

In general, most passive investments that your Solo 401(k) Plan might invest in are exempt from UBTI. Some examples of exempt type of income include: interest from loans, dividends, annuities, royalties, most rentals from real estate, and gains/losses from the sale of real estate. When an exempt organization such as an 401(k) Plan undertakes any […]

Read More →