Now, as a comparison and a reason why some have not heard of self-directed IRA is that – Most IRA custodians earn a commission when you invest stocks, bonds, mutual funds and CDs. So that’s all they allow. But the IRS allows a whole lot more – real estate, mortgage notes, private placements, tax lien certificates and more…and a self-directed IRA custodian allows ALL of the investments that the IRS regulations allow.
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