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Self-Directed IRAs and Disqualified Parties

Disqualified parties are not legally allowed to benefit from or interact with your investment properties in a number of ways. But who counts as a disqualified party? What sort of transactions can you partake in? David Moore and Tina Colson cover the details.

What You Will Learn in This Video

  • Who counts as a disqualified party
  • Which kinds of transactions are prohibited
  • Which situations to be mindful of when investing

Watch the video or read the full transcript below to get the details on investing with your self-directed IRA in real estate while avoiding prohibited transactions with disqualified parties. Know the rules and go forward confidently in expanding your real estate investment portfolio.

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