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real estate investor

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Location: United States of America
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Ray Stockwell is a real estate investor, and spends a lot of time researching this fascinating topic of tax-free profits. He is committed to socially responsible investing and finds "green" projects very interesting.

You would think Roth IRA investing possibilities are extremely limited by IRS rules. Well, they're not, and there are fewer regulations than you might realize, but it is ever so important to stay on the good side of the IRS.
Have you considered a Roth IRA account? With Roth IRAs, specifically self-directed accounts, you have the ultimate investment vehicle imaginable!
Estate planning with IRAs requires constructive thought, with several things to consider if you have a large amount of money in your retirement account. Here are some ideas to look at if you want to save your descendants from unnecessary taxes.
The self directed IRA rules were created to give you the options that you need to make the dream of retiring at age 60 with a good income into YOUR reality.
A self directed IRA and self managed IRAs are basically the same thing by definition. This article will show you how this incredible investment strategy can secure your prosperous retirement years.
A big advantage to a Roth IRA account is that you're not required to take annual distributions if you want to keep your account growing and don't need the income yet.
Want some great IRA advice? Quit taking out loans for investment purposes and become the bank yourself. By using the IRA services in your self directed account, you can invest and collect the interest, instead of paying it.
With the right self directed Roth IRA investments, it's possible to grow $20,000 into a million is as little as three years. Other people have done it, why not you? Maybe you could even retire earlier than you planned.
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