Why Should You Use an LLC for Making Self Directed IRA Investments?
October 14th, 2015
A Limited Liability Company (LLC) is a company that has option to be taxed as a partnership, this is beneficial because the LLC won’t pay any taxes on gains, and instead it will be the owner of the LLC who is liable for any taxes just as if they earned the money themselves. Because the owner of the LLC is your IRA (the IRA owner is the manager), there are no taxes unless you are running a business that is unrelated to the purpose of an IRA (making investments), using debt financing or taking a distribution from your IRA. In addition, the LLC offers limited liability and asset protection with respect to the assets of the IRA.