Retirement planning is easier
when you have a clear understanding of the facts. As you begin to explore
alternatives to standard stocks and bonds, misinformation springs up which can
confuse even the savviest investors.
We’re going to
look at the most common misconceptions that individuals have about
You must invest in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds to be compliant with the IRA
Your investments are to be controlled by a bank or a brokerage house
You cannot own real estate in your IRA
You cannot move your IRA funds offshore
My Financial Planner Says that Buying Non-Stock Market Assets in my IRA is Risky.
It’s Complicated and You must pay a custodian high fees to set up a self-directed IRA