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IRAs are a 5.4 Trillion dollar industry. Since market fluctuations in 2008 took a serious toll on IRA balances, more Americans than ever are looking to expand their IRA investment choices. The financial services industry is cranking out more self-directed IRAs (SDIRA) than ever. However, not all SDIRAs are created equally. Specifically, the May, 2013 Peek v. Commissioner decision sobered this fast growing concept and illuminated how important it is for SDIRA investors to know and play by the rules. Join attorney Frank Selden, as he assists practitioners who focus on guiding clients through the legal issues generated when clients gain direct investment control of their qualified funds. Specifically, Frank will reveal the legal issues that both attorneys and CPAs must know to properly counsel clients with SDIRAs.
I. Identify the three types of self-directed IRAs
II. Work with IRA custodians
III. Dissect prohibited transactions and effectively avoid them
IV. Identify incomes taxable to IRAs and report them
Very detailed program. Extremely helpful.
Frank is terrific and really knows his material.
very specialized and even beyond the scope of the average tax practitioner.
complex subject well presented
t mastery of topic and well delivered
This is part of a great series of presentations
Very informative program!
Specialized expertise indeed!
He is a talented speaker amd was able to communicate the complicated material in an understandable fashion
Excellent presentation. Thank you for both slide handout and detailed outline. Thank you also for specific practice pointers for attorneys. Would appreciate more content on self-directed IRAs as well as from this presenter.
excellent could have used another hour to cover materials
might consider splitting program into 2 separate segments
very helpful, practical insight into an area filled with potential minefields
Excellent presentation on difficult topic
Interesting to learn nuances of IRA taxation on uncommon investments.
That was awesome: clear, concise, well illustrated by example. Thanx!