Archive for March, 2012

This Spring Could Be The Best Time In Years To Use Your Solo 401k To Purchase Real Estate

March 28th, 2012

The IRS has always permitted real estate to be held inside 401(k) retirement accounts. Investments in real estate with a Solo 401(k) are fully permissible under the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA). IRS rules permit you to engage in almost any type of real estate investment, aside generally from any investment involving […]

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Use a Solo 401k to Flip Homes Tax-Free

March 23rd, 2012

Since the creation of the Solo 401(k) Plan back in the early 1980s, the IRS has always permitted a Solo 401K Plan to purchase, hold, or flip real estate.  By using a Solo 401K Plan, also known as a self-directed 401(k) Plan or Individual 401K Plan, to buy real estate, you will be able to […]

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Use Your Solo 401k To Purchase Rental Property

March 13th, 2012

With the current volatility in the housing market some investors may be prone to shying away from investing in real estate at this time.  However, many experts believe that this is a good time to invest in single-family homes and a spike in rental prices nationwide may add another incentive to purchasing single-family or multi-family […]

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Solo 401k Contribution Limits

March 8th, 2012

The annual Solo 401k contribution consists of 2 parts, an employee salary deferral contribution and an employer profit sharing contribution. In 2011 the total contribution limit for a Solo 401k is $49,000 or $54,500 if age 50 or older. The total allowable contribution limits are combined to get the maximum Solo 401K contribution limit. Under the 2012 […]

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