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All cash is FDIC insured and Equity Trust is a licensed non-depository trust company domiciled in South Dakota. We also carry errors and emissions insurance. In most investment scenarios, yes, all gains are not subject to capital gains or ordinary income taxes. The IRA is a tax-exempt entity under federal law, pursuant to section 408 of the Internal Revenue Code.
As for your last question: we're a passive custodian, which means we can't give any type of advice on specific scenarios. A tax professional or attorney would be able to answer that.
If you have any other questions on how self-directed IRAs work, feel free to call one of our knowledgeable senior account executives at 888-382-4727.
Here is a link to the PDF version of the infographic, for those who want to print it: https://www.trustetc.com/trustetc/media/TrustETC/documents/2014-contribution-limits.pdf
How protected are the monies in an Self Directed Roth IRA? Is the gain in the investments tax free? What is the highest amount of withdraw from it in calendar year? Can a sues' judgment get into the Self Directed Roth IRA? The true is that even though it is the best vehicle, has to be protected by a Family Limited Partnership and a Living Trust. Will it be the way in the future?
Great InfoGraphic on IRA contribution limits. Can you make it in a printer friendly format?
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