What Can You Do With a Solo 401(k) ?
So, what exactly can be done with this structure?
First let’s talk about what the tax code says.
The tax code is exclusive when it comes to 401k’s.
In other words it identifies what they cannot invest in; anything else is allowed.
There are only two types of investments that are disallowed.
Let’s take a look at what they are.
The Tax Code Prohibits:
The Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) places restrictions on a 401(k)’s ability to invest in life insurance.
26 USC 408(m) prohibits 401(k)s from investing in collectibles.
That’s it; end of story. Those are the only two classes of investments that are off-limits to an Solo 401(k). Anything else you can think of that does not involve life insurance or collectibles is allowed. Pretty cool!Â With that in mind, let’s go through some of the things you can invest in:
The Tax Code Allows:
Rental Real Estate
Commercial Real Estate
Farms & Ranches
Hard Money Loans
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Some Videos on Solo 401(k) Investments
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