Do you have a Roth IRA? If your IRA is a traditional one, are you being advised to transfer to a Roth?
What about a 401K? Can you use that for investing in real estate?
One of the biggest advantages for a Roth is that the taxes have already been paid.
(Always seek professional advice before you make a move, but these articles show some of the possibilities.)
The estate tax applies to all inheritance, including any funds inherited in a Roth IRA. Roth IRA’s are not exempt from taxes, but there is one reason why they may be preferable to traditional IRA’s in terms of taxes owed upon …
Low-risk opportunities abound, you just have to know where to look.
Another option for using 401K and real estate investing together is to put the money into an IRA, or individual retirement account. Sometimes this is not allowed, but it if is allowed, you have more flexibility on what you can do with …