Your IRA Can Buy Notes & More

HOW TO USE YOUR IRA, 403b (TSA) OR PENSION PLAN

TO BUY REAL ESTATE, NOTES, JUDGMENTS…

AND OTHER THINGS

Latest Edition, By John Merchant, J.D.

Did you know your IRA or other retirement plan can buy notes and real estate and other things like leases, tax lien certificates and much more?

Perhaps you say, “My banker tells me it cannot be done and the friendly stock broker at Pompous, Bull and Gass says it cannot be done, and my neighbor says it cannot be done, and, and, and…WELL, YES IT CAN (despite what those experts say), AND IT’S EASY!!! HOW? This Special Report will tell you.

Just 37 information-packed pages.  Don’t be fooled by its size! Why get bogged down in legal mumbo-jumbo? In 37 pages you’ll learn more about how to use your IRA to build a fortune than most attorneys, CPAs and brokers know.

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Table Of Contents

The Author

Note To Attorneys & Accountants

BACKGROUND AND HISTORY OF IRAs

 

PENSION PLAN TO IRA ROLLOVERS

 

TSAs (TAX SHELTERED ANNUITIES) AND OTHER PENSION PLANS

HOW TO USE THE TSA PLAN FOR ACCUMULATION FOR LATER IRA ROLLOVER

INVESTMENTS ALLOWED IN IRAs…AND DISALLOWED

 

THE SELF-DIRECTED IRA ACCOUNT

DISALLOWED IRA INVESTMENTS

WHY YOU MIGHT WANT REAL ESTATE IN YOUR IRA

 

SOME REASONS WHY YOU MIGHT NOT WANT REAL ESTATE IN YOUR IRA!

MECHANICS OF BUILDING AN IRA BIG ENOUGH TO BE USEFUL TO ACQUIRE REAL ESTATE

SEP/IRAS (SELF-EMPLOYED PENSION/IRAS)

 

USE MORE THAN ONE IRA

MECHANICS OF PURCHASING REAL ESTATE WITH IRA

MECHANICS OF HOLDING, RENTING, MANAGING EXCHANGING REAL ESTATE WITHIN IRA

 

MECHANICS AND TAXATION OF TAKING MONEY (RENTS, INCOME OR PRINCIPAL) OUT OF IRA

SOME SOPHISTICATED TECHNIQUES AND USES OF IRAs FOR REAL ESTATE ACQUISITION

OTHER POSSIBLE INVESTMENTS IN YOUR IRA

 

PROHIBITED TRANSACTIONS IN AN IRA

SHORT-TERM LOANS FROM YOUR IRA

UBIT — Unrelated Business Income Tax

BUT I HAVE PASSIVE, UNEARNED INCOME ONLY AND NO EARNED INCOME. CAN I HAVE AN IRA?

 

HOW TO LEGALLY BUY COLLECTIBLES IN YOUR IRA

CONCLUSION

GLOSSARY

 


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About The Author

John J. Merchant, JD, is a graduate of SMU School of Law. He practiced law for a number of years before leaving practice to devote his time to other business activities and real estate investments.

He has been involved in investment real estate since before graduating from college, and he has owned and managed a plethora of properties in several states. These include oil leases, ranch developments, gas stations, rental houses, plant nurseries, apartment houses, office buildings, warehouses, and even a pre-McDonald era fast food restaurant (not a winner, by the way!)

John is an active investor/manager in real estate as well as being a real estate broker. He has assisted a number of clients in establishing and investing in their own IRA investments – and 403b and other pension and retirement plans as well, a number of whom have elected to put their retirement money in real estate.

 


SAMPLE CHAPTER

INVESTMENTS ALLOWED IN IRAs…AND DISALLOWED

This is the area regarding IRAs where there seems to be the most confusion and ignorance…aided and abetted by the big institutions’ self interest to be sure, but also reinforced by the almost universal ignorance and true lack of knowledge that other things could be done.

If we ask at the bank/insurance company/stock brokerage/credit union/etc., of course we’ll be given the company line – that is, we can open an IRA account with that company and graciously be allowed to deposit our money in that company’s CDs (certificates of deposit, or maybe more accurately, certificates of depreciation), annuities, mutual funds, etc. – and that’s about all we’ll learn.

To be fair to the employees of those institutions, they usually don’t really know all the places where IRA money could legally be invested, and they are certainly not motivated to take the time and trouble to learn, as this is not profitable for them.

But an examination of the Internal Revenue Code shows that all the following things can be acquired for investments in an IRA account:

a) real property (real estate), including bare land, rent houses, apartments, office buildings, commercial and retail buildings, motels, farms, warehouses, oil properties and any other type of ground (improved or unimproved) you can think of

b) judgments

c) leases, commercial or residential

d) promissory notes and loans, secured or unsecured

e) personal property (more about this later)

f) tax certificates or tax deeds (from municipal tax judgments, etc.)

g) lottery tickets

You are thinking, “OK, enough already, but how do I do it? My bank teller tells me it cannot be done and the friendly stock broker at Pompous, Bull and Gass says it cannot be done, and my neighbor says it cannot be done, and, and, and…”

WELL, YES IT CAN (despite what those experts say), AND IT’S EASY!!! HOW?

Read on, read on, read on…

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