FinancialSuccessInstitute.org Launches Webpage Informing Subscribers of Rules for Owning Real Estate in an IRA

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Knowing subscribers need reliable information about real estate in an IRA, FinancialSuccessInstitute.org yesterday launched a webpage detailing critical rules regarding real estate in an IRA.

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Richard Geller CEO and managing director on Financial Success Institute

With the Institutes' subscribers more interested than ever about owning real estate in an IRA, the institute dedicated a new webpage explaining the rules about owning Real Estate in an IRA.

Richard Geller, CEO and managing director of FinancialSuccessInstitute.org, stated, "With the Institutes' subscribers more interested than ever about owning real estate in an IRA, the institute dedicated a new webpage explaining the rules about owning Real Estate in an IRA. Not only does it succinctly explain the rules about owning real estate in an IRA, it's a site for subscribers to post questions that the Institute staff answers. Placing Q&A about owning real estate in an IRA on a dedicated webpage is the most effective way to broadly share this important information about real estate in an IRA."

FinancialSuccessInstitute.org's mission is providing readers and subscribers with information about alternative investments other media sources seldom report about. There are over 77 million baby boomers that have retired or are about to retire. Continuing losses from the stock markets threaten their ability to retire in the lifestyle they are accustoming to. Real estate in an IRA is an alternative providing full control of the assets to the owner of the real estate in an IRA.
The S & P 500 last reached an all time high of 1,552.87 on March 24, 2000. However, it's not only poor stock market performance stalling the retirement accounts of millions of Americans. Those looking for the security of bank certificates of deposit are receiving 1% to 2% interest rates. Real estate in an IRA doesn't guarantee the security of CDs but real estate in an IRA is more secure than stocks and bonds. Real estate in an IRA is fully controlled by the owner.

Geller goes on to say, "There is considerable misinformation and misunderstanding out there about real estate in an IRA that has many readers confused. The Institute's new webpage dedicated to informing and answering questions about the rules regarding real estate in an IRA is intended to be the main source for subscribers to learn the accurate truth about real estate in an IRA."

Going into more detail, Geller explained, "For the new webpage about rules for owning real estate in an IRA, we placed a heavy emphasis on self dealing with real estate in an IRA. Self dealing is the most common mistake people make when they have real estate in an IRA. Self dealing is when the IRA owner personally benefits from a transaction involving real estate in an IRA. For instance, while investors can have almost any type of real estate in an IRA, generally, their primary residence cannot be part of the real estate in an IRA benefiting them and certain family members. One of the clear distinctions between real estate in an IRA and a 401K is there are certain ways a 401K can invest in your primary residence. We'll cover that in the 401K rules webpage that mirrors the rules for real estate in an IRA webpage."

Geller elaborates on self dealing with, "Because self dealing with real estate in an IRA is the most common mistake investors make, it's also the rule most scrutinized by the IRS investigating real estate in an IRA. Investors working for a business owned or partially owned as real estate in an IRA is just such a situation. Whiles it's possible for an investor to work for a business held as real estate in an IRA the investor owns, there is clear court precedent about what decision making authority an investor can have for a business held as real estate in an IRA they also own."

Geller concludes with, "At FinancialSuccessInstitute.org we are very big believers investors will retire wealthy by owning real estate in an IRA or 401K. However, it must be done according to the rules. We think the new webpage about rules for owning Real Estate in an IRA is the right tool at the right time for our subscribers holding real estate in an IRA."

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